Monday, May 14, 2018

Kansas FINALLY Relaxes Archaic Booze Laws

File this one under more BORDER WAR economic competition . . . The Sunflower State is taking draconian and old school liquor regulations off the books as their party places hope to compete with Missouri liquor parties. Here a glimpse at politicos endorsing good times:

New law lets bars start serving earlier... and lets people serve themselves

Gov. Jeff Colyer has signed legislation that could help a Topeka business become a reality. The new law will let Kansas bars and restaurants have self-serve taps. It will also allow bars and taverns to start serving alcohol at 6 am., instead of 9 a.m. under the old rules.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's great news for TKC community!

Super Dave said...

Works out well for all the night workers.

Anonymous said...

Drunks serving themselves - what could go wrong?

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^^7:56, it does seem like a terrible idea.

I never did understand the KS opening time law. I have several friends that were 3rd shifters, it's their happy hour when they get off work. It's their morning when "our" happy hour starts.