The U.S. has a strange patchwork of alcohol sales laws that vary by state and county from anything goes anytime to completely dry, but I think Indiana has the oddest beer sales law I have ever run across.
Apparently, in the Hoosier state, you can purchase beer at grocery, drug, convenience and liquor stores, but you can only buy cold beer at a liquor store. Of course, the liquor store charges you premium for the privilege of purchasing your beer cold. Check out this article about the cost of buying your beer cold in Indiana.
Also, if you are a Hoosier and don’t like paying more for cold beer, check out the Hoosiers for Beverage Choices site and learn what is being done to update the state’s laws.
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