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Discussion in 'Rutgers Football' started by RUEd, Aug 15, 2019.
any update on what beers at the stadium? Cost? Haven’t seen it posted.
this will be handed out to all fans,21 years of age,to get thru the season.
I would suggest a couple of $2 a pint knights, with local brews from Kane, Cypress, Troons and Carton.
I’ll sign this petition.
Im going to bet that since nobody has read anything about the plan update to sell beer,Rutgers has somehow screwed this up for game #1.The excuse they will use is that the state never processed the paperwork on time,which means RU submitted said paperwork about August 10th.
Plus Flounder (Hillsborough) and Jersey Cyclone (Franklin Township)
I talked to a student who got trained recently to serve at the games. Sounded like they are good to go. Beer and wine.
Rutgers has been serving beer for years at the stadium and outside for many years. No additional license or approval needed. No extra paperwork needed.
I'll be surprised if there's anything more than Coors and Coors Light.
Why do you even post on this site? What insight or value do you bring other than negative bile?
We get it, you have an agenda. Please go away.
Hopefully no a Shi Show on the 1st game.
So what are we thinking $10 for a plastic domestic bottle?
They should sell tickets with alcohol vouchers included to get butts in the seats.
Troon? that is very wishful thinking. Purchasing Troon beer generally requires multiple acts of god ... but it is good beer
Surprisingly NJ doesn’t have the highest NFL beer price so we’ll see about college
ok..chase those kids off your lawn,they are back again.
Good in theory but the only thing that will really impact attendance is a good team.
I'll probably buy 3 beers in the stadium
1 before kickoff
1 after the first wuarter
1 at halftime
Hopefully they will offer Bud Light
I can tolerate Miller Lite but won't drink Coors
I don’t really get Light beers, but then again, I can’t remember ever trying one either. Does a Bud Light somehow taste better than a Bud, or a Coors Lite better than a Coors? or is the idea that they mostly taste the same, and the Lite version offers less calories and is therefore healthier?
And the 1st time some idiot throws a bottle there'll be calls to stop sales.
Probably only serve in plastic cups,if they are smart.
Support the local breweries. They make good stuff.
I will buy 10 beers at the game
2 before kickoff
2 in first quarter
2 in secnd quter
2 in thurd korter
and too moor in qorter forf
Rutgers is a Miller Lite school.
LOL. Get the feeling you won't be alone.
Just remember to hit the John before driving home. Don't want to pee yourself while waiting in the P'way DWI checkpoints that'll likely be all over the place.
Wonderful. Now there'll be Tastes Great!...Less Filling! fights in the stands.
It's less filling. Taste like shit
Redeemable only before kickoff.
Budweiser and the like are themitselves pretty light beers imo, but as someone who went on a heavy IPA diet for a bunch of years and has since come back to lighter ABV beers, a big part of it is I can drink 6+ beers and not be drunk. I even put them on ice.
They'll never do this nor should they.
It's true they never would. But why shouldn't they?
You might want to say not feel drunk, .08 isn't that difficult to reach if you're drinking 6 beers in a short period of time.
Number of reasons. For one, it's generally illegal in NJ to give away drinks. In the situations where it is allowed, it can't be more than 1 drink per person per day.
I'm not talking for driving purposes. 6 beers, no matter the type of beer, are too many.
Just in general. 6 Corona's I'm buzzing, but not drunk. 6 eight percent IPA's? I'm probably a little staggered.
Well I wasn't saying free drinks all day. One ticket, one voucher.
I drive better with a few sixes under my belt.
One would be allowed under state regulations and they can advertise that.
In many cases you're giving away drinks to people who have already been drinking for 1-2-3 hours already. Anything that happens after that would fall squarely on Rutgers. It's a liability issue that I doubt any state entity would want to expose themselves to.
I readily admit I've long been against selling alcohol at the games and still think it's a bad idea.