$13 beers? Louisiana brews? LSU organizes survey ahead of alcohol sales at Tiger Stadium
BATON ROUGE – LSU is testing the taste buds of its season ticket holders in a survey about what beer they’d drink and how much is too much to pay for it when alcohol is sold at Tiger Stadium soon.
The survey, which season ticket holders received Monday, asks for input on which alcoholic beverage – Budweiser, Michelob Ultra, Spiked Seltzer, Stella, Bud Light, Karbach Love Street or “other – they’d most likely buy.
Survey-takers are also asked to share their thought on pricing- from $7 to $9, $9 to $12 or more than $13 for a beverage.
Finally, LSU appears interested in how long wait times will factor into how much people will drink or fork over for a beer.
LSU announced recently it will sell certain alcohol in concourse areas of Tiger Stadium.
LSU said while no Louisiana beers were listed on its survey this week, there will be brews from the bayou on tap.
“We absolutely will have local offerings. We want to hear from our fans what selections they would most like to see at our venues to start. From there we will monitor what is selling and continue to ask our fans for their input," Robert Munson, LSU's Senior Associate Athletics Director, said.
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