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Mar 2018

 

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Indiana Sunday Alcohol Sale Authorized

Businesses in the state of Indiana will be able to grow their bottom line by selling alcohol on Sundays beginning 4 March 2018. 

The state passed a new law authorising the sales of alcohol from 7 am to 3am Sunday through Saturday at bars and restaurants.  This mean as that they can sell beer, wine and cocktails by glass on Sundays from 7am to 3am.

The law also stipulates that for carryout alcohol sales from liquor stores, groceries, pharmacies and convenience stores the timeframe is noon to 8pm on Sundays.

You can also buy packaged beer or get growlers filled for carryout from a brewery that brews beer on its premises from 12pm to 8pm on Sundays.

You can also by wine and spirits for carryout from 12pm to 8pm on Sundays from wineries and artisan distilleries.

Businesses are still not allowed to have “Happy Hour”.  That is, the sale of alcohol beverages during a portion of the day for a reduced cost.  This is still prohibited in Indiana.  However, all-day drink specials are allowed.

There are still some states that do not permit the sale of alcohol on Sundays.  They include:  Alabama, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.

If your state does not allow the sale of alcohol on Sundays is due to stiff opposition from the liquor store industry trying to fight off competition from grocery stores, convenience stores, big gox stores and pharmacies.

Sources:
Indiana Title 7.1 Alcohol and Tobacco
StateLiquorLaws.com

By Wendy Stewart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  
 

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