Oregon legalizes to-go cocktails beyond the pandemic

Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Friday that permanently allows bars and restaurants in Oregon to serve cocktails to-go.

SALEM, Ore. — Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill Friday that permanently allows bars and restaurants in Oregon to serve to-go cocktails. 

Senate Bill 317 allows licensed establishments to sell “mixed drinks and single servings of wine in sealed containers for off-premises consumption.”

The bill was approved by the Oregon House in a 51-7 vote earlier this month. It cleared the Senate back in March. 

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In December, state lawmakers approved a law temporarily allowing

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