COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M fans will soon be able to have a cold one at the ballpark.
Texas A&M announced Wednesday the school is extending the public sale of beer, seltzers and wine at designated concession stands this spring at baseball and softball games at Blue Bell Park and Davis Diamond this spring.
Alcohol will be sold to the public through the fifth inning at softball games and through the seventh inning at baseball games, in accordance to rules by the Southeastern Conference.
Since 2018, beer and wine were sold at a premium beer gardens down the third-base line at Blue Bell Park.
In January, A&M announced it would sell alcohol to the public at select basketball games. Beer and wine can be purchased at Thursday home women’s basketball games and Saturday men’s home basketball games.
The SEC lifted its ban of alcohol sales in public areas of stadiums at last May’s spring meetings in Florida. In June, A&M became the first league school to announce it would sell alcohol at football games. Alcohol sales at Kyle Field totaled $1.3 million this past season, according to A&M athletic director Ross Bjork.