RULE PROHIBITING SALE OF BEER AND WINE TO-GO SUSPENDED
Also today, at the request of the Governor, the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration temporarily suspended the regulatory rule prohibiting bars and restaurants from providing beer and wine for off-premises consumption to the citizens of the State of West Virginia throughout the recently announced State of Emergency.
As of Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the sale of sealed bottles of wine and unopened beer products to customers who have purchased food is legal.
The temporary rule suspension does not authorize wine or beer deliveries. The sale of to-go liquor products continues to be prohibited.