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Oregon State is adding a beer garden to its stadium this fall

Beer is becoming more commonplace in college football seemingly by the day, but we've yet to see anyone match what Oregon State has on tap. (Get it?)

The Beavers have announced plans to install their own beer garden to Reser Stadium this fall.

#BeaverNation, Announcing #TheTerrace Breweries!!

— GoBeavs (@BeaverAthletics) July 27, 2016

Known as The Terrace, the 13,000-square foot area will serve beer (offered by a selection of the state's 194 breweries), wine (ditto for Oregon's 400 wineries) and food vendors to a group of 600 fans who can view their favorite team's game on chair back seating. Each game's vendors will be chosen through a social media vote, and Oregon State's Food Science and Technology and its Fermentation Science -- also known as Oregon State's own in-house brewery -- programs.

"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," Oregon State AD Todd Stansbury said in a statement earlier this year. "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."

Check out more -- and feel the sudden urge to leave the office and head straight to a patio bar -- on Oregon State's Terrace landing page.