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A pint to go? No longer in Green Bay bars

11:45 PM, Sep. 20, 2013
Pint-sized and half-pint bottles of hard liquor once were displayed for sale in Green Bay taverns, but those sales are no longer allowed.
Pint-sized and half-pint bottles of hard liquor once were displayed for sale in Green Bay taverns, but those sales are no longer allowed.
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Tavern owners in Green Bay accustomed to serving customers old-school style are getting educated that carryout liquor actually is against the rules.

Police are working to promote greater public awareness after finding that some bar owners still sell bottles of hard liquor to customers who want their spirits to go.

It was once common for taverns to stock pint-sized and half-pint bottles of liquor, often displaying them for sale behind the bar. Many customers going fishing or hunting, for example, liked the convenience of a bottle small enough to carry inside a pocket. ...

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