• How Kentucky's Vintage Spirits Law Has Changed Alcohol Retail

    2 days ago - By Vine Pair

    The patchwork of U.S. liquor laws varies from state to state, but one regulation remains consistent across the board: It is illegal to sell spirits without a license. There's a tiny handful of exceptions, most notably a special law in Kentucky , which is changing the face of retail within the state.
    Colloquially known as the Vintage Spirits Law, the regulation, which came into force in 2018, allows licensed retailers and bar owners to purchase from individuals unopened spirits that are not otherwise available from a wholesaler within the state, and that aren't owned by a distillery. That...
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