PA Has No Monopoly on Bizarre Beer Laws

Joe Sixpack criss-crosses the country highlighting some of the more unusual and bizarre beer laws out there.

What state requires beer with an alcohol by volume greater than 3.2% be sold at room temperature? Read Sixpack’s column for the answer.

It’s a state of confusion in nation’s beer laws [Philadelphia Daily News]

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  • Sara

    In Minnesota convenience stores, the only kind of beer they can sell is “low point beers”, or beers no stronger than 3.2% ABV.

  • japhy

    utah. no beer stronger than 3.2% in grocery and convienience stores. all other beer in the state liquor store. and its all WARM.

    thank god utah got rid of its crazy private club laws.

  • http://www.phillyphoodie.com/ ThadS

    I spent 5 years in Utah. If you order a shot or a mixed drink, they have a regulator on the bottle that clicks and alots you one ounce exactly. Terrible.