Antiquated Laws Restrict Choice.
In Kansas, the only place you, the consumer, can currently purchase packaged liquor products is in a liquor store.
Grocery and convenience stores in Kansas are only allowed to sell beer that’s 3.2% alcohol.
Kansas liquor laws date back to 1881 during prohibition when it was the first state to constitutionally ban alcohol, statewide. The complete ban remained in effect until 1948, the longest of any state. Since then there have only been minor changes to the law leaving Kansas with one of the most antiquated liquor laws in the country.
It’s time to modernize these laws. It’s time to let responsible adults decide where they want to purchase their alcohol. Help us Uncork Kansas.