KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Now you can take your margarita to-go.
The Missouri regulation completely permitting the sale of to-go alcohol goes into impact this weekend.
A short lived waiver was put in place in April 2020 to permit eating places to promote alcohol to-go when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down all however carryout eating and eating places had been struggling to take care of a income stream.
Alcohol taken to-go beforehand needed to be in its authentic packaging, however with the brand new laws, eating places can promote blended drinks for patrons to seize on their manner residence.
To permit that and nonetheless adjust to DUI and open-container legal guidelines, the alcohol have to be in a sealed container not exceeding 128 ounces. The drink have to be in a one-time-use, tamper-proof, clear bag or a container sealed with tamper-proof tape.
The power promoting the alcohol should present a dated receipt for the acquisition and will solely promote the drinks with a meal and might’t promote greater than two drinks per meal serving.
SB 126 additionally extends Sunday alcohol gross sales hours.
These with a liquor license can now make Sunday gross sales from 6 a.m. till 1:30 a.m. on Monday morning.
The same invoice was signed into law in Kansas this 12 months as nicely.