Minnesota lawmakers are wrangling with whether to allow beer and alcohol sales at the University of Minnesota's on-campus football stadium. The latest bill leaves the matter entirely up to the school's Board of Regents after previous legislative efforts to fashion a compromise left the stadium dry, costing the university a hefty amount in lost revenue.
Currently, draft beer sold in Utah can contain no more than 3.2 percent alcohol by weight, or 4 percent by volume. Most beer contains about 5 percent alcohol by volume and is watered down for sale in Utah.
The University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents has approved the sale of alcohol in luxury suites and clubrooms at the university’s new on-campus football stadium. The decision by a split board today also allows limited alcohol sales at Mariucci Arena and Williams Arena, where the university’s hockey and basketball teams play.
December 12, 2008
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