Starting today, Kansas allows beer up to 6% alcohol by volume to be sold in convenience and grocery stores.
Before, these sales were restricted to beer with an alcohol content of 3.2% or less.
“We worked so hard to finally bring Kansas out of Prohibition,” Mike Thornbrugh, a spokesman for QuikTrip, told The Wichita Eagle.
The law will also allow liquor stores to sell non-alcoholic products — as long as they don’t exceed 20% of gross sales, excluding tobacco and lottery ticket sales.
Utah also recently passed a similar law, which will allow convenience and grocery stores to sell drinks with 4% alcohol by weight, starting in November.
This leaves Minnesota as the last state to prohibit these sales.