Following big changes in Colo and Okla last year, Kansas legislators passed law allowing grocery and c-stores to sell beer up to 6% ABV starting in 2019. Til then they’re still limited to 3.2 beer. As in Colo, indie liquor stores pushed back against chain-driven attempts to expand options. Gov signed “compromise” allowing stronger beer sales, not including wine, while giving liquor stores option to sell cigs, lottery tickets, mixers and ice, previously barred. Move further questions future of 3.2 beer, as state after state with separate rules for weaker beer drop or at least adjust them.
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The 2017 Beer Insights Fall seminar will be held at the Barclays Hotel on Sunday 11/5 - Monday, 11/6