If you’ve ever ventured to Baton Rouge on gameday, you might have thought a thousand things. Are these people serious about tipping over my car? That can’t be a real alligator they’re putting into that pot, right? If we win, can I outsprint the locals and get to my car in time?â†µ
These are all legitimate questions with the answer yes, but the one question you’ve never asked is “Don’t you think this environment needs more alcohol?” Fortunately for our world, you’re not in charge of making the rules around here, because that is precisely what LSU is considering.
â†µHahahahah get it ABUZZ?
Not surprisingly, students have been abuzz about the potential project since it was announced in the campus newspaper. “They expressed interest,” Roberts says. “They expressed, ‘Is it real?’ and they expressed, ‘Are [administrators] sincere?’ Typical student reaction.”â†µ
There are numerous legal hurdles to putting a brewery on campus, though no shortage of space because you can just put the whole thing right here in my dorm room, brah. Seriously. I’ll sleep under the filtration pipes over here. Nah, I’ve got too much stuff anyway.â†µ
If the Chancellor’s plans—and yes, the Chancellor of the University is the one proposing this—then Baton Rouge on home gameday now ranks just under Carnival in Rio for pure entertainment potential, if only because the campus will now have both a brewery and a live tiger. Top that, Harvard.â†µ
HT: Doc Saturday.