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Do convenience store clerks have to put my single bottle of beer into a small brown bag?

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Q. Is it true that convenience store clerks in Wilmington have to put my single bottle or can of beer purchase into a small brown bag? If so, why?

 A.  “There is no current North Carolina Statute or ABC Commission regulation that requires a single container of malt beverage be placed in a brown paper bag when sold by a retail establishment,” said Patty McQuillan, communications officer for the N.C. Department of Public Safety which governs Alcohol Law Enforcement.

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One Response to “ Do convenience store clerks have to put my single bottle of beer into a small brown bag?”

  1. On December 14, 2012 at 10:35 am Jerry wrote:

    i think it’s most store’s policy, though



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