What are the laws for beer sales on sundays in OH?

Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by tronto, Sep 7, 2012.

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  1. tronto

    tronto Initiate (84) Dec 22, 2010 Kentucky
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    Any info would be appreciated.
     
  2. tronto

    tronto Initiate (84) Dec 22, 2010 Kentucky
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    Can it be sold...Not til a certain time?
     
  3. BB1313

    BB1313 Poo-Bah (2,376) Jul 16, 2009 Ohio

    I don't know the law in detail, but beer is sold on Sundays and you should have no problem picking some up.
     
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  4. tronto

    tronto Initiate (84) Dec 22, 2010 Kentucky
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    thank you very much.
     
  5. caboose9

    caboose9 Initiate (0) Oct 6, 2006 Ohio

    If you mean take-out, it depends on where you are in Ohio. In many small towns you'll be stuck with grocery & convenience stores on Sunday.

    Some towns are dry period. Belpre, OH, south of Marietta, last year allowed beer sales for the first time since prohibition - at 2 convenience stores. It's a town gone wild!

    Roger, Marietta, home of the open-on-Sunday Marietta Brewpub
     
  6. BB1313

    BB1313 Poo-Bah (2,376) Jul 16, 2009 Ohio

    I guess it depends on what part of Ohio you're in then. Here in NE Ohio, it's pretty easy and most beer stores are open on Sunday.
     
  7. tronto

    tronto Initiate (84) Dec 22, 2010 Kentucky
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    cleveland and north olmsted. going to a wedding and only have sunday to hit up some bottle shops....
     
  8. BB1313

    BB1313 Poo-Bah (2,376) Jul 16, 2009 Ohio

  9. kryptic

    kryptic Initiate (0) Sep 3, 2007 Ohio

    It used to be that you couldn't buy beer or wine until noon on Sunday. Not sure if thats still the case.
     
  10. CincyTK

    CincyTK Initiate (0) Dec 21, 2010 Ohio

    In Cincy they all sell on Sunday
     
  11. cabgoddess

    cabgoddess Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2003 Ohio

    Anytime after 11 a.m. on Sunday's.
     
  12. robconoclast

    robconoclast Initiate (0) Jun 22, 2012 Ohio

    What about Simone's in Lakewood ? I haven't been there but am hearing alot of good things about their selection.
     
  13. headbucket

    headbucket Aspirant (266) Oct 30, 2007 Ohio

    Yea Simone's in lakewood has a pretty nice and large selection of 6/4 packs, bombers, and single 12oz bottles.
     
  14. miketd

    miketd Zealot (520) Mar 2, 2006 Ohio
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    Simone's is pretty good and Ross Deli just down the street is good, too.
     
  15. fiver29

    fiver29 Devotee (422) Sep 18, 2007 Ohio
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    In the Cleveland area the saying goes 'beer is great after 8 and wine is fine after 9'

    At least in most places (if they are open yet)
     
  16. earlyre

    earlyre Initiate (0) Sep 14, 2012

    there is really no ONE answer to this question. the only clear-cut state-wide rule is :
    No retail alcohol sales between 1a-5:30a 7days a week state wide(last call around 2:30aIIRC)
    Otherwise it Varies by locality, county, township, even liquor license.
    ex: I live in Lima. Growing up, there were no alcohol sales on Sunday. PERIOD. they even had to cover the beer/liquor cases/aisles in some stores.
    forward to '98, when i got out of HS, and started working @ a grocery store. beer is fine on sunday, after 5:30a, nothing else.
    in '02 i moved to Columbus, (nw side, in between UA & Dublin) the Sunday law there was beer after 5:30a, wine/liquor after 9:30a
    '05 moved back to Lima, and the law up here now(at least for my township) is beer ok after 5:30a, wine/liquor after 10:30a.
    any changes have to be put on the ballot and approved by the voters @ the next election.

    as for the varies by license:
    The Local Buffalo wild wings location had an initiative on the ballot last time around to allow them Sunday Liquor sales, got turned down. (same township as my groc. where i can buy booze @ 10:30am)
     
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  17. canoale

    canoale Initiate (0) Apr 9, 2010 Ohio

    tried to reply to this but it didn't post .you stated right what i was trying to post. it depends

    cheers
     
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