Don’t rush to your computer or Sunday newspaper just yet, but there could, possibly, be a time when Texans are gathering up their coupons for beer and wine just like they do now for diapers, detergent and breakfast cereal.
The University of Texas will start selling beer and wine to fans at home football games beginning this fall.
New University of Texas President Greg Fenves says he is in favor of allowing beer sales at football games to enhance the fan experience.
Lawmakers around the country have been taking up various bills that cater to the growing microbrewery industry.
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One North Texas brewer started humbly enough, in his own garage. Grapevine Craft Brewery has grown from a garage to an 11,000 square foot two story tap room opening in May.
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Southern Methodist University fans said they’re more likely to attend a game with the sale of beer.
Anheuser-Busch’s sponsorship fees alone are worth an estimated $50 million a year, according to sponsorship consultancy IEG.
The Deep Ellum Brewing Co. claims the new restaurant, “Scotch And Sausage” approached them about paying to have their beer featured in their restaurant.