State requires all counties to permit alcohol sales, no dry cities or counties (local option was repealed in 1972); state is the sole wholesaler of liquor, contracts with licensed private wholesalers that sell liquor, wine, beer to retailers; bars, restaurants must buy spirits from state off-premises licensees that have federal alcohol permits, wine from state-licensed wine wholesalers, beer from beer wholesalers; state keeps track of popular brands of liquor ordered by stores; licensees may not advertise brand of liquor in parking lots, elsewhere outside their businesses; “bootlegging” is selling liquor, wine or beer without a license (a serious misdemeanor); law permits state licensees to deliver orders of liquor for personal use to customers; brewery growlers of beer up to 72 ounces (for off-premises use only) must have twist top cap and “plastic heat shrink wrap band.”

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