Oklahoma Alcohol Law Changes Allowing Purchase of Buckets of Beer

KTUL - July 7, 2023 6:28 am

Oklahomans can now purchase buckets of beer at bars and restaurants.

Oklahoma Beer Alliance President Lisette Barnes issued a statement regarding the changes to Oklahoma’s alcohol laws following the 2023 regular session.

“This session, Oklahoma lawmakers passed legislation which, among other changes, allows ABLE Commission licensees to sell buckets of beer for on-premises consumption to one person at one time. This legislation changes the previously established two-drink limit for consumers and helps further modernize Oklahoma’s beverage industry,” said Barnes.

Barnes hopes this change will lead to increased revenue for local bars and restaurants.

Bars and restaurants can start selling buckets of beer with up to six bottles or cans immediately under these new changes.

Barnes also encourages all individuals to consume responsibly.

For more information about this new law and the Oklahoma Beer Alliance, click here.


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