Texas A&M announces plans to sell alcohol to the general public at Kyle Field
The biggest news to come out of the latest SEC spring meetings was the conference’s decision to allow individual schools the opportunity to sell alcohol at sporting events starting this fall. The decision allowed individual schools to make the best decision for them when it comes to alcohol sales leading to schools like Alabama to publicly announce they will not allow alcohol to be sold in Bryant-Denny Stadium next season.
Thankfully for Aggie fans, this year’s Alabama game is in Kyle Field and the alcohol will be flowing as Texas A&M has announced plans to sell alcohol to the general public at Kyle Field starting this fall.
The SEC’s stance allows beer and wine to be sold but not liquor. The full list of guidelines adopted by the SEC when it comes to alcohol sales can be read here.
“This is another way we are enhancing the amenities at Kyle Field,” Interim Director of Athletics R.C. Slocum said via a school-issued statement. “We are extending the availability of alcohol beyond the premium areas which have had this option for many years. Fans, 21 and older, will have the option to purchase alcohol, regardless of seating area.”