New Michigan law means alcohol sales could be coming to Spartan Stadium soon

Michigan State fans could have the opportunity to enjoy an alcoholic beverage inside Spartan Stadium this upcoming season.

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer officially signed Senate Bill 247 on Tuesday, which allows public universities to obtain liquor licenses to sell alcoholic beverages during football, basketball and hockey games. This means Michigan State will now have the opportunity to pursue offering alcohol at games this upcoming season — should the university choose to do so.

Michigan State athletic director Alan Haller has previously supported the idea of ​​alcohol sales at Spartan Stadium so with this new law in place one can assume the Spartans will be offering beer and other drinks at games soon. It is unclear, however, if that will be the case by this upcoming season — which begins in just over a month.

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