(This is an excerpt of an article originally posted here by The Bourbon Review)

Kentucky’s liquor laws have certainly run the gamut over the last century. During Prohibition, some distilleries, notably the one today named Buffalo Trace, remained open to produce Bourbon for “medicinal purposes,” while others shuttered their doors forever. To this day the state has a scattering of dry, moist, and wet counties, but most of us take for granted our ability to get our favorite booze year round.

But what about other liquor laws across the country? Here are 14 weird laws separating Americans from their hard fought right to party….

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