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DCP says liquor sales are not allowed on Thanksgiving Day

Restaurants and breweries will also be prohibited from selling off-premises consumption and to-go drinks on Thursday.

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Nov 22, 2023, 3:19 AM

Updated 215 days ago

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The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection's (DCP) liquor control division reminded consumers that package stores will be closed, and grocery stores cannot sell beer on Thanksgiving Day, Nov.23.
Restaurants and breweries will also be prohibited from selling off-premises consumption and to-go drinks on Thursday.
"This is our annual reminder that if you want to have alcohol on hand during your Thanksgiving Day festivities you must make those purchases prior to Thursday," said Consumer Protection Commissioner Bryan T. Cafferelli. "On-premise consumption of alcohol is allowed. As always, we remind the public to use alcohol responsibly this Thanksgiving."


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