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Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission Permits Alcohol Sales on Christmas Day

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December 25, 2015 will mark the first time in decades that the state Alcohol and Tobacco Commission will permit alcohol sales on Christmas day. 

The change will allow customers to purchase alcohol at liquor stores, bars, and restaurants. 

Tuesday, the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission announced that residents will be able to buy alcoholic beverages at any restaurant, bar, liquor store or grocery store that’s open beginning December 25, 2015 for consumption on the premises. This is due to a change in state law that took place this July. 

“Effective July 01, 2015, alcoholic beverages can be sold and dispensed for on premise consumption Sunday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. local time until 3:00 a.m. the following day, including Christmas Day.  Carry-out of alcoholic beverages for consumption off the licensed premise is not allowed on Sundays.”

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