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House Says ‘Yes’ To Making Cocktails-To-Go Permanent

In 2020 Iron & Grain began offering specialty cocktails to go, each made with at least one local ingredient. Photo credit: Ronni Newton (we-ha.com file photo)

Connecticut first let restaurants, hotels, and certain cafés to sell to-go cocktails during COVID, but the allowance was set to expire next June.

By Mike Sabino, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Restaurants and bars may soon be able to continue selling to-go cocktails.

The House of Representatives, with a 149-1 vote, approved a bill that, among other things, would allow the practice to continue on a permanent basis. The bill is now headed to the Senate for approval.

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