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Now fans of TCU baseball can enjoy a cold brewsky as they watch the Horned Frogs play.

The Fort Worth City Council, at its Tuesday meeting, approved a zoning change to allow the sale of alcohol at Lupton Stadium on the TCU campus, where the Horned Frogs play their home games.

“Nothing wrong with enjoying a cold beer while watching TCU play baseball,” District 3 Councilman Brian Byrd said.

Lupton Stadium is located north of West Berry Street on the southern end of the TCU campus. TCU officials made the request to have the restriction of alcohol sales removed.

Alcohol will now be allowed for on-premise consumption within the stands during games only. TCU officials reached out to neighbors and neighborhood groups, and no opposition was received.

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