On October 1st we will be right in the middle of a gubernatorial race. Political ads will be everywhere. It might be a good thing that is when Oklahoma’s liquor laws will change.
On October 1st, strong wine and beer will be sold in supermarkets. Lisette Barnes with the Oklahoma Beer Alliance says there will larger selections as well. It could also mean higher prices because of a change in the way distriubtion is handled in the state.
The law change will also allow liquor stores to sell non- liquor products, so long as it does not make-up more than 20-percent of the store’s sales.