Gas stations, convenience stores and grocery stores may not offer cold beer; bars, restaurants must clear out alcoholic beverages within 30 minutes after closing time; premises where alcohol consumed by the drink must have food service available for at least 25 people; state offers some liquor licenses for sale at auctions; liquor licensees or their employees must check identification of any person under the age of 40 on carryout sales, for those appearing under 26 years for on-premise consumption.


Holders of a beer dealer permit, such as owners of grocery and convenience stores, must not sell beer “that was iced or cooled by permitee before or at the time of sale.” In other words, proprietors of those stores must sell beer at room temperature only or risk arrest on suspicion of a Class B misdemeanor.

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