Over the last several years, pressure has grown for Indiana lawmakers to repeal the state’s notorious “warm beer law,” which prohibits gas stations and convenience stores from selling refrigerated beer. According to the Indianapolis Star, however, state legislators are unlikely to take up reform in the coming year:
Don't expect Indiana lawmakers to expand cold beer sales or allow happy hours next year.
As a committee finishes a two-year project to recommend updates to the state's alcohol laws, it's clear splashy changes are off the table — at least for now.
That comes as no surprise. After finally voting to expand Sunday sales earlier this year, lawmakers signaled they were going to take a more conservative approach in the 2019 session…
Read more here.