To no one’s surprise, SEC beer sales have proven popular and profitable.
In Athens, we’d rather drink to our principles… or at least save them for those who can afford them.
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My experience with beer sales where previously alcohol was banned has always been disappointing. I’ve been known to pour the squalid, lukewarm piss out right in front of the vendor.
You would be Butts-Mehre’s target market. It gets the sales revenue but avoids the consequences of consumption.
“consequences of consumption”. That is a subject that I’d be interested in reading in the Playpen during the dull months of the off season. I’ve heard things…
Are the consequences of consumption drunks or the need for more urinals?
I am a drinking man so I don’t think that there would be problems with responsible drinking, but B-M obviously thinks that there are dire consequences. Thus, its happy space is the fan who buys but doesn’t consume ml
Never thought i’d see Mississippi take a more progressive stance than Georgia.
“Those are my principles. And if you don’t like them I have others.”
I figured McGarity doesn’t do it because the boys scout troup of the week can’t sell beer forcing him to have to hire professional vendors.
Heard from a friend yesterday that the club level seats in Jacksonville will have beer available for purchase. He heard that directly from UGAAA.
I’d swear they were selling beer in Jax when I was last able to attend a few years ago (2013 maybe?). Created enormous and unruly crowd at the concourse concession stand and don’t believe the staff was too concerned with checking IDs. Am I wrong?
Not in regular seating. But I do my drinking before the game, so the accuracy of my memory could be off a little.
I suppose in about 2021 after 12 of 14 schools are selling beer in their stadiums, Greg McGarity will announce that he is “looking into it,” and refer it to a subcommittee for “further study.”
Doubt this would be sent to a committee. I’m sure their is a research firm in Atlanta that we could pay $60k to for an investigation and power point presentation.
So are they awful for chasing every dollar or not? Or are they supposed to chase the dollars you want them to but eschew the others? Not selling beer is doing people a favor as far as I’m concerned. They won’t spend $20 on two beers to keep their buzz going for a couple hours longer.
If Kirby wanted the dumb ass fans drinking, it would happen. Thank God he hates fans and knows the last thing you dummies need is another drink! Based on the posts I see from you bitches and turds, I’m glad only McGill contributors get to buy beer 🍻 and wine 🍷 at games. You want to drink at UGA games? GET RICHER, LOSERS! Rich people don’t ask for much in this world, let them drink at the games they don’t pay attention to, unlike the real fans (and those on this site happily tell us, repeatedly, who you are). Besides, imagine all the crying your “Inner” “Munsons” would be doing in combination of y’all not handling your overpriced drinks and the pissing all over yourselves at the game like y’all do on this site daily.
Show some goddamn self respect and thank your UGA Football Overlords for saving your drunk asses from yourselves.
p.s. I usually carry one of those sunscreen bottle flasks full of bourbon into the game and, while middle aged, don’t have to take a leak during the game (yet) so I feel EXTREMELY comfortable throwing rocks (amazingly beyond 20 yards, don’t tell Kirby things travel that far when thrown) from my glass house, lol.
“We have a long way to go to get to where we need to go,” Smart said. “That’s nothing to do with Oregon. That’s nothing to do with anybody we play. That’s to do with the Georgia Bulldogs...”-- Kirby Smart, AJ-C, 8/14/22
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