So long, 3.2 beer; grocery stores can now sell full-strength brews

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So long, 3.2 beer; grocery stores can now sell full-strength brews

Liquor shops worry ‘it’s the beginning of the end’
Joey Lash, assistant store director at Albertsons in Durango, arranges different full-strength beers Wednesday that are for sale on 60-foot-long shelves. Beginning New Year’s Day, grocery stores are now allowed to sell full-strength beer rather than beer with a 3.2 percent alcohol volume.

So long, 3.2 beer; grocery stores can now sell full-strength brews

Joey Lash, assistant store director at Albertsons in Durango, arranges different full-strength beers Wednesday that are for sale on 60-foot-long shelves. Beginning New Year’s Day, grocery stores are now allowed to sell full-strength beer rather than beer with a 3.2 percent alcohol volume.
Will you buy full-strength beer at grocery stores or continue to buy beer at liquor stores?

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