Let the good times flow!
Minnesota lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill that will allow for sale of beer at TCF Bank Stadium beginning this fall. The Senate approved the measure, 55-3, last week. The House backed the measure, 115-13, on Monday.
Gov. Mark Dayton said he will sign the bill, which will make Minnesota the first Big Ten stadium to serve suds.
"It was surprising that Wisconsin didn't do this years ago," Bob Hughes, president of the booster group Goal Line Club, told the Minneapolis Star Tribune. "The beer tents, the music is a Wisconsin thing. But we're the ringleaders."