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What places in Indiana sell alcohol on Sundays?

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Sales on Sunday are limited to on-premise purchases in wineries, breweries and restaurants. As of 2014, Indiana has the strictest laws in the United States with respect to Sunday liquor sales.

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Indiana is the only state where locals cannot buy carryout wine, liquor or packaged beer on Sunday from convenience marts, liquor stores or grocery stores. It is also the only state in the union where liquor sales are regulated by temperature. Only liquor stores are allowed to sell refrigerated beer.

No carryout purchases are allowed on Sunday unless the wine or beer is purchased from a winery or brewery whose liquor permit lists its address. The restrictions are due to economic and religious reasons and, according to state lawmakers, looks as if they are to continue staying in force.

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