Cheers! Bottoms Up!! If you find yourself a bit parched early in the morning, here’s some news you may want to hear. Kansas bars and restaurants can start pouring drinks at 6am under a new law. Till now, you couldn’t get a drink before 9am, but that’s now changing. Gov. Jeff Colyer signed the new hours into law on Monday, and it will take effect after it is published in the official state newspaper… likely within the next couple of weeks. Colyer said it will help businesses across Kansas. The House approved the legislation 94-28; the Senate passed it 34-4. The cut-off time for drinks remains 2am. The new law also allows self-serve beer dispensers at bars and restaurants, which would allow customers — within limits — to pour themselves as much or as little beer as they would like.
Source: VNC News