Kentucky Makes To-Go Cocktails Permanent

This week Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear made Kentucky the third state in the nation to make COVID-19-era to-go cocktails permanent. Thanks to the new law, bars, restaurants and distilleries are permanently allowed to sell cocktails to go, so long as they are sold with food.

Iowa, Ohio, Kentucky and the District of Columbia have all made COVID-era cocktails to-go measures permanent and more than 30 other states are also considering allowing, extending or making permanent to-go cocktails measures, according to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States.

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