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The end of an era as Colorado says goodbye to 3.2 beer | bottlemakesthree.com

Hello to 2019 and Goodbye to 3.2 Beer

Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! Tonight as we ring in a new year, we’ll also be bidding farewell to an 85-year Colorado tradition – 3.2 beer. Beginning January 1, 2019 retailers across the state who previously only sold 3.2 beer will be stocking the full-strength stuff. Today we’re going to look back at how we got here, and look ahead at what this change means for independent liquor stores and craft beer makers.

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Colorado Beer Change Initiative Won’t Be On 2016 Ballot

We wanted to post an update to the beer news we shared back in May about the ongoing battle to bring full-strength beer to Colorado grocery stores. Currently, Colorado grocers are only able to sell 3.2% ABV beer. As you can imagine, it doesn’t exactly fly off the shelves. Whether or not to lift that law has been a debated in Colorado for years. However this year the subject really started to pick up steam, […]

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