Kansas policy allows bars, restaurants to sell alcohol to go
March 20, 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas bars, breweries and restaurants with liquor licenses will be temporarily allowed to sell bottled beer and wine to-go during the pandemic as long as the beverages are opened before leaving the premises and sealed in a proper to-go bag.
After strict restrictions due to the coronavirus effectively ended dine-in service at most establishments, Debbi Beavers, director of Alcoholic Beverage Control, announced the new policy in a memo dated Wednesday, The Kansas City Star reported.
The policy applies to restaurants with liquor licenses, bars, clubs, farm wineries, micr...