Prices for alcoholic beverages at Homecoming tailgate announced

By Sydney Shaw
Editor-in-Chief

The menu for this year’s Homecoming tailgate has been announced and includes the prices of alcoholic beverages available for purchase on Saturday, Oct. 29.

Since no off-site alcohol will be allowed at the College’s annual Homecoming tailgate, according to a campus-wide email sent by Amy Hecht, vice president for Student Affairs, and John Donohue, vice president for College Advancement, students and guests who are of the legal drinking age can purchase alcoholic drinks from a third-party vendor that will be on-location and monitor consumption.

The price of beer fluctuates from $3 to $4 for a 12 oz. container, while wine is $4 per 5 oz.

While Fetzer cabernet and chardonnay are the only wine options on the list, attendees who are 21 or older will have a wider variety of beer choices.

Budweiser and Bud Light are $3 each. Hard ciders, like Strongbow Hard Apple Cider, and specialty lagers, like Brooklyn Oktoberfest, are $4 each.

Non-alcoholic beverages — water, sodas, coffee and tea — are $2 each.

The menu also includes prices of food items that will be sold at the tailgate, which range from $1 for a bag of chips to $8 for a jumbo Bavarian pretzel. Hot food items, like burgers, hot dogs and roasted turkey legs, will also be available.

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