The idea of sampling liquors before customers buy them is popular also. Wine is the big one. They are expensive and people like to know what they are buying before they take something home.
In the last several decades, legislators have banned happy hour, drink specials between a certain times a day. Anti-alcohol crusaders even tried to keep single persons from buying a pitcher. Now things are going the other way.
“We’re happy about happy hour,” said bartender Christina Ghouled. “We’re ready for it.”
But there has always been opposition t these strict laws from business people who know they keep a lot of businesses and business people from staying here. At one time it was illegal for airplanes to serve alcohol while flying over
In 1880 Kansas becomes the first state to adopt a constitutional amendment prohibiting alcohol.
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But trying to wipe out liquor has never been very popular with the many citizens in
In the early1970s Kansas Attorney Vern Miller stopped trains and airplanes from serving liquor while traveling through or over
“Miller said he always just wanted to be a sheriff, which is basically what he was, even while he was attorney general. That, and a cowboy. Miller loved a good drug raid — he said he raided KU's campus 15 to 20 times alone — and famously raided an Amtrak train, busting it for slinging booze within Kansas borders, an act that temporarily stopped airlines from serving alcohol while jetting over
Liquor stores now sell on Sunday, which used to be illegal.
Now some of the ridiculous laws are disappearing and
From Anarchy Wines and Rat Piss Brewery.