Clear eyes! Full-strength beers! Definitely can lose!

Colorado has become one of the craft brew meccas in the US. It’s literally ingrained in the culture at this point. That being said, it’s a little ironic or at least out of character that Colorado State University continues to sell watered-down, low percentage alcohol beer at the stadium for whatever reason. But that all may change soon enough thanks to a recent move by the university, who is seeking permission from Larimer County to sell full-strength beer at its football games this season.

Just in case you didn’t know, “full-strength” means about 4.74 ABV, or about the same alcohol content as your run-of-the-mill PBR.  That’s a far cry from the 3.2 ABV beer currently sold at the stadium.

The Coloradoan first reported that CSU Athletic Director, Joe Parker, is behind the decision to potentially serve stronger beer at Hughes Stadium. Parker claims the university's long-standing policy to serve lower ABV beers at games has been “positive.” A concise, nice way of saying there have been fewer raging, maniacal drunks cantering about the stands at home games screaming “DEFENSE. ALSO FUCK YOU, MIRANDA.”

If approved, the move would reverse the policy — which has been in place for more than a decade — and would set CSU alongside more than 30 other universities that sell “regular” ABV beer at their homes games. Although, higher ABV brews probably won’t help the home team in any way, shape or form, the drunken loaded nachos will be that much more delicious.

Well, in the words of our most favorite football thing, Friday Night Lights: “Clear eyes! Full-strength beers! Definitely can lose!”