Husky fans can now enjoy a beer or a glass of wine at the men's hockey games this year. The St. Cloud City Council has approved an application to sell wine and 3.2 beer at all of the St. Cloud State University athletic facilities, and the adjacent properties.
Beer and wine sales brought in more than $900,000 in their first season at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium. University officials say sales at the Gophers' seven home football games averaged $129,610.
University of Minnesota officials say the first game with alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium went smoothly. Schools spokesman Chuck Tombarge says extra security staff effectively isolated the area where alcohol was sold Saturday.
Governor Mark Dayton has signed a bill that's likely to be a big hit with Gopher football fans who will now be able to drink a beer at TCF Bank Stadium. Dayton signed the bill Friday, a few days after it passed the state House and Senate.
The Minnesota Senate has approved a bill that would let the University of Minnesota sell beer to the general public at University of Minnesota football games. The Senate approved the change Wednesday as part of a larger liquor policy bill that passed.
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