I have experienced several different stupid versions of these.Lol I didn't know that was a thing. I learned recently some states have "dry counties" and other places don't allow grocery stores to sell cold beer.
NH has a state run liquor and wine outlet along the interstate highwaysI have experienced several different stupid versions of these.
NY - can't get beer and wine at the same store. One store for beer, a different one for wine and alcohol, have to be physically separated. They're often connected and you have to walk out of one, then into the next door for the other. I cannot discern any possible purpose for this.
PA - used to only be able to buy beer in whole case increments. The work around is that places obtain a "restaurant license" by serving some small food menu, but then they can't sell more than 2 six packs to you (it's actually an ounce limit, so varies based on the size of the cans).
DE - no alcohol in groceries at all
what the fuck? is this a real flyer you found? is that a guy getting railed while bowing another dude? is monkeypox an std of sorts? so literally and sexually confused right now