Legislature approves alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium

  • Article by: RACHEL E. STASSEN-BERGER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 25, 2012 - 12:58 AM

Gov. Mark Dayton vows to sign a bill allowing alcohol sales in tents through halftime.

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elo_62Apr. 23, 12 3:06 PM

I hope that Governor Dayton holds this bill hostage. If he doesn't get a Vikings stadium bill to sign then he should veto this bill!

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J_DubyaApr. 23, 12 3:11 PM

Hey Gophers - make that mandatory Minnesota beer Surly!

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uglygoatApr. 23, 12 3:21 PM

Glad to see the legislators and the Gov taking in the really hard issues facing our society.

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fablahaApr. 23, 12 3:43 PM

Is it going to be 3.2 beer and is it going to cost $9 a cup? If so, forget it and we can continue smuggling in our flasks.

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domino06Apr. 23, 12 3:46 PM

How many beers will they sell for games that stert at 11 AM in October and November?

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jimbogopherApr. 23, 12 3:52 PM

Actually, the weather is quite nice in October.

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kesummApr. 23, 12 4:09 PM

And when the Governor does sign it, it will be the only evidence that the legislature really did meet this year.

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anotherideaApr. 23, 12 5:33 PM

The on-line version of the headline ends before the word stadium, so I thought that we were now going to be able to purchase beer at the bank! Perhaps you should consider hiring a copy editor.

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jejojejo1Apr. 23, 12 7:25 PM

I agree 100% with J_Dubya, there should only be Minnesota brewed beers sold. No beers such as budweiser, millers or coors, who are all owned by foreign companies should be allowed. There are many beers brewed in Minnesota; Summit,Surly,Schells,Cold Spring, and numerous other breweries whose primary purpose is to produce a great product rather than making big money.

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loomis828Apr. 23, 12 8:49 PM

Thumbs up jejojejo1 - no cr*p on tap should be the rule. Support your local brewer!

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