Sunday, April 14, 2019

Kansas Strong Beer Is Fake News

Hype about booze quality is just another convenience store selling point when dealing with the swill served at gas stations across the Sunflower State. Read more:

Kansas' stronger beer likely won't mean bigger buzz

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Kansas finally abandoned a Prohibition-era rule that restricted certain stores to only sell beer with up to 3.2% alcohol content, but the stronger beer that's now allowed doesn't contain much more alcohol. Kansas this month ended its law dating back to the 1930s, allowing groceries and convenience stores to stock beer with up to 6% alcohol by volume.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

KCMO girls model beer gut belly's at vibrant fashion show.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^

That's hysterical!

Chris Lyon said...

My college age son was very excited about the news. Now when he "borrows" beer out of his parent's fridge it will be full strength.

Anonymous said...

Back in the day, when 18 was the legal age for 3.2% beer... I got just as drunk as I do now with the "full strength" beers.

Anonymous said...

^^^ So you passed your vomit challenge with flying colors?

Super Dave said...

It's all much ado about nothing. Just another ignorant law Kansas has had for years that was stupid.

Anonymous said...

^^thanks dork!