It's no secret that it's been a rough few years for Oregon State football. First, Mike Riley skipped town in the middle of the night to take over the Nebraska program, then Gary Andersen followed it up by going 0-9 in the Pac-12 in his first year on the job in 2015. Overall, the Beavers have had four losing seasons in their last six.
So yeah things are bad, and output like that will definitely leave fans feeling blue, and maybe in need of a cold beverage. Well good news Beavers fans, now you'll be able to get one! That's because on Wednesday, the school announced that they will open a beer garden -- yes, a flippin' beer garden -- in Reser Stadium.
Few details are available, but here's what you need to know, via the school:
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The Terrace will be located inside Reser Stadium adjoining the expanded Valley Football Center overlooking the north end zone. Opening for the 2016 season, the 13,000-square foot area will showcase selections from Oregon's renowned breweries, wineries and kitchens.
Nice! Who doesn't like a cold beverage with bad football? Even better, Oregon State is supporting local businesses! Here is AD Todd Stansbury on the move:
"Oregon is recognized all over the world for its incredible culinary excellence and regional, national and international award winning beer, wine and food; it's a natural to combine what this diverse state has to offer with college football Saturdays on this beautiful campus," Stansbury said. "This state is a leader in this country and beyond in food and fermentation science technologies; it's a perfect addition to have world renowned leaders in these industries right here on campus and in this state add to our game-day experience."
Only 600 seats are available in the beer garden, so if you're an Oregon State fan, act fast.
The beer garden will open for the Beavers' September 17th game against Idaho State.