No fooling! As of Monday, grocery and convenience stores in Kansas are able to sell beer with an alcohol content higher than 3.2 percent.
The state law now allows for the sale of beer containing up to 6 percent alcohol by volume under the current Cereal Malt Beverage licensing by cities in Kansas.
On March 18, the Salina City Commission amended city code to bring it in line with the change in the state law.
Additionally, changes in the state law also will allow liquor stores to sell other items including cigarettes, soda, and other mixers.