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New Ibex cellar release from Schlafly - Local Oak Barrel available for sale

$17.99

$17.99

Local Oak, Schlafly Beer's latest small batch beer that's part of its Ibex Cellar series, is debuting.

Local Oak is aged for three months in tanks made of Missouri white oak manufactured locally by Foeder Crafters of America.

Buy it now at Hot Spot Liquor.  

Rebel Yell 2016 Limited edition on Sale

$17.99 on Sale

$17.99 on Sale

REBEL YELL
kentucky straight bourbon

THE ORIGINAL TIME-HONORED RECIPE WITH A BIG, ROUND BODY AND FULL FLAVOR.

40%80 PROOF

tasting notes

HONEY AND BUTTER, FOLLOWED BY A HINT OF PLUM AND RAISINS FOR A LONG, WARM FINISH WITH AN INTERESTING TOUCH OF SPICINESS.

ingredients

WHEAT, CORN, MALT

nose

HONEY, BUTTER AND RAISINS

Buy it from the Boozeman today while supplies last. 

New! Captain Morgan LOCONUT

$13.99

$13.99

CAPTAIN MORGAN IS GOING "LOCO" THIS SPRING! CAPTAIN MORGAN LOCONUT IS AN INTENSELY DELICIOUS BLEND OF CARIBBEAN RUM, COCONUT LIQUEUR, SPICE AND NATURAL FLAVORS. THIS JUST MAY BE THE MOST DELICIOUS SHOT TO HIT THE BEACH (OR BAR). MAKE SURE TO "SMELL THE COCO FOR A SCENT OF LOCO" TO ENJOY OUR COCONUT-SCENTED BOTTLES.  FOR THE CAPTAIN’S GLUTEN-INTOLERANT CREW MEMBERS, YOU WILL BE HAPPY TO KNOW THAT LOCONUT IS GLUTEN FREE.

Buy it today from the Hot Spot 

Pappy Van Winkle 12 Year Old Bourbon - Auction

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click the link below to name your price:

https://www.32auctions.com/pappyvanwinkle12

Start Bidding February 1st until March 1st 2017. Good Luck! 

 

Macallan Edition No.2 - available now

$104.99 while supplies Last. 

$104.99 while supplies Last. 

Edition No.2 is a collaboration between master blender Bob Delgarno and legendary Spanish chefs Joan, Josep and Jordi Roca. A combination of sherry puncheons, butts and refill hogsheads, this is a deliciously floral and fruity whisky with notes of tropical fruit, black pepper, liquorice and brandy snaps.

Come buy it today while supplies last. Always the best at Hot Spot Liquor. 

 

WhistlePig 10 Year Rye is a Must Buy

750ml Only $74.99

750ml Only $74.99

 
Whistle Pig 100 proof 10 years Rye
 

WhistlePig produces a 100-proof, straight rye whiskey, aged for at least ten years through a unique double-barrel process.

WhistlePig was released in the summer of 2010 to great critical acclaim, earning 96 points from Wine Enthusiast, their highest rating ever for a rye whiskey, a “highest recommendation” from Spirits Journal, as well as accolades from The Wall Street Journal, GQ, Forbes, Maxim, Imbibe Magazine, and many others. As Master Distiller Dave Pickerell notes, these extraordinary honors both “humble and set a high bar” for the company.

WhistlePig embodies the perfect combination of proof, purity, and age — hitting “the sweet spot” in all three categories. In short: more rye, all the proof, and the perfect age. All in. Full stop.

COME IN AND ASK THE BOOZEMAN ABOUT IT TODAY. 

ONLY THE BEST OF THE BEST AT HOT SPOT LIQUOR

Alcohol Laws in Missouri

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The alcohol laws of Missouri are among the least restrictive and most lax and permissive in the United States. Nicknamed the "Show Me State" for Missourians' well-known stalwart, conservative, non credulous attitude toward regulations in general. Missouri is known throughout the Midwest for its largely Laissez-faire approach to alcohol regulation, in sharp contrast to the very strict alcohol laws of some of its neighbors, like Kansas and Oklahoma.

Missouri's lax alcohol laws compared to other states include:

  • Blanket liquor laws without regard to alcohol percentage, allows almost any kind of alcoholic product in the world.

  • Legalized public intoxication, and no statewide prohibition on drinking in public, which provides unique drunkenness scenes and behaviors.

  • No statewide vehicle open container law, which allows passengers (but not drivers) to consume alcohol openly.

  • No limitation on the types of locations that can sell liquor, allowing places like drug stores and gas stations to sell hard liquor.

  • No Strict Blue-laws, allowing most places to sell alcohol on Sundays.

  • 3:00 PM bar closing hours in St. Louis, Kansas City, and surrounding areas.

  • Allowing residents over 21 to manufacture up to 100 gallons of any alcohol for personal use each year, without any state limitation or taxation.

  • A person could avoid a DUI by refusing to take a chemical test (i.e. breathalyzer), when so requested by a law enforcement officer who has probable cause, and will result in a one-year suspension of the suspect's driver's license.

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Missouri's laissez-faire approach to alcohol regulation also stems from its position as the leading alcohol-producing state in America, well known for wine production in the Missouri Rhineland and for beer production in St. Louis by Anheuser-Busch, which produces Budweiser. Anheuser-Busch is the principal advocate of keeping Missouri's alcohol laws as lax as they are.

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Like every other state in the United States, driving under the influence is a crime in Missouri, and is subject to a great number of regulations outside of the Liquor Control Law. Missouri's maximum blood alcohol level for driving is .08% for persons over the age of 21 and .02% for minors and adults under age 21.

In Missouri, it is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a $500 fine for a person under 21 to represent by virtue of displaying a fake ID that he or she is over 21 for the purposes of purchasing or possessing alcohol. Additionally, it constitutes a separate misdemeanor under the Liquor Control Law if the minor reproduced or altered the ID himself, punishable by up to one year in prison and/or a fine of up to $1,000.

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A minor in possession (MIP) of alcohol or a business or person which furnishes alcohol to a minor is guilty of a misdemeanor, although for sellers there are numerous defenses and exceptions.Missouri is one of six states, however, with a unique exception which allows a minor to be furnished alcohol by his or her parent or guardian. Of course, if a parent or guardian purposefully intoxicated his or her child, it would be a form of child abuse. Rather, this sort of law allows parents to let their children have a small amount of liquor with a meal, at social gatherings, in religious services, or otherwise use alcohol in moderation.

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