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New state bill allows cocktails-to-go

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To-go cocktails in Oklahoma

Ordering takeout has been a popular activity during the pandemic. In efforts to help local restaurants, Oklahoma lawmakers passed House Bill 2122 in May, also called the Cocktails To-Go Act of 2021.

The law went into effect on Aug. 25 and businesses with a license to sell alcohol can participate. Drinks ordered to-go must be sealed in a rigid tamper-proof container. Third parties cannot deliver them and they must be transported in a car’s trunk or rear compartment .

The state hopes the Cocktails To-Go Act will provide another stream of income for restaurants, allowing them to hire more Oklahomans.

Brenda Jones Barwick, APR, Jones PR

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