ITS OVER: The University of Iowa Athletics Department announced Thursday the creation of a pilot program to expand beer and wine sales at athletic facilities. Beginning this fall, beer and wine will be available for purchase throughout Kinnick Stadium
Iowa will sell beer & wine this fall at Kinnick Stadium
Personally, I look forward to finally drinking alcohol in Kinnick Stadium, something I have yet to do as it is currently prohibited.
BREAKING: Beer & wine sales approved throughout Kinnick Stadium, Carver-Hawkeye Arena & other venues ... for this season.
Iowa AD Gary Barta: "This decision was based on enhancing the fan experience."
Iowa to allow beer and wine sales throughout Kinnick Stadium and Carver-Hawkeye Arena beginning this fall https://t.co/qONN1OOb0s
In Heaven there is no beer
So Kinnick will sell it this year
Alcohol being sold at kinnick?? Hawks confirmed 12-0
Beer and wine will be available for purchase at Kinnick Stadium and other University of Iowa athletic facilities starting this fall as part of a pilot program announced by Hawkeye athletics on Thursday.
Iowa athletics approves beer and wine sales at Kinnick stadium which will prevent the halftime hangover making the Hawkeye fan base unstoppable
Kinnick selling alcohol is awesome, but let's not forget the legends that laid it all on the line on gameday just to keep the buzz going for 4 quarters 👏🏆 https://t.co/OM3MCrQ1Cx
A decade after U of Iowa Athletics launched a “Think Before They Drink” campaign aimed at curbing football-related drinking - but facing massive losses from COVID - UI will expand alcohol sales at athletic events like football, basketball, and wrestling.
Pretty sure they're just selling alcohol in Kinnick because they know I've been known to pull my tits out when I've had a few...🤔
I haven't been sober in Kinnick Stadium since my 11th birthday.
Doubt I’ll ever buy a beer at Kinnick. Multiple trips to the bathroom does not appeal to me!
First round's on Kirk, right?
Iowa to expand sale of beer and wine at Kinnick this fall. Carver, Duane Banks Field and Bob Pearl Field also included here in the pilot program.
When I was at UI Gary Barta came and answered some questions from our class
Someone asked about alcohol, and this rationale was exactly what Barta pointed to for not adding alcohol to Kinnick. Because they’ll have to add more bathrooms to accommodate those who break the seal 😂 https://t.co/52YPQUlRWr
Iowa City PD gonna be handing out OWIs around Kinnick like old men handing out Werther's Originals.
Because fans at Kinnick don’t have a bad enough reputation for drinking as it is.
Will they sell Busch Light? (It's very likely.)
That and other questions you may have that @ChadLeistikow
tried to answer about Iowa's decision to start selling alcohol at #Hawkeyes football games and other sporting events. https://t.co/LduL3Fmmmi