Tennessean columnist Gail Kerr wrote a piece today on Nashville’s archaic beer laws that touched on the illogical framework of the Volunteer State’s wine laws. Kerr writes,
“Tennessee’s state liquor laws befuddle the imagination, with sales of wine forbidden in grocery stores and sales of corkscrews forbidden in liquor stores. Add another layer — Nashville’s even more restrictive beer laws — and it can be a challenge for restaurant owners to get legal permission to sell what their customers want.”
Read the full column here.