Indiana Brewhouse Salutes State Liquor Law with Hilarious “Compliance” Menu

State liquor laws vary by region, and oftentimes, contain seemingly ridiculous regulations and statutes. In Indiana, for instance “premises where alcoholic beverages are consumed by the ‘drink’ are required to have food service available, at all times, for at least 25 persons. Minimum food service required consists of hot soups, hot sandwiches, coffee, milk, and soft drinks.”

So, say you have a restaurant or bar that serves booze by the “drink.” If that’s the case, no matter the time of day, they must have enough food service to accommodate 25 people. Kind of crazy, right?

Well, Bank Street Brewhouse figured out a humorous way around the law. Check it out.

Bank Street Brewhaus Compliance Menu

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Caleb Houseknecht

I'm the Social Media Organizer and Content Writer at KegWorks. When I'm not blogging about beer, cocktails, and spirits, I'm usually reading, watching movies, playing music, or spending time with family.

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