Ohio Bill Would Expand Sale Of Alcohol Ice Cream


Ohio is considering expanding the sale of alcohol-infused ice cream. A few years ago, Ohio lawmakers passed a bill allowing it to be sold for consumption on the premises where it was made.

Now, a new state bill would allow manufacturers to sell it to grocers, restaurants, and to the public over the internet and through delivery services. The House bill is currently making its way through the Senate.

The alcohol-infused ice cream sold in Ohio contains five-percent alcohol by volume, about the same as a bottle of Budweiser.


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