Monday, June 24, 2013

Liquor Treats

If the Ohio budget bill passes, you'll be able to buy your Jell-O shots in the grocery store rather than going through the hassle of making them yourself.
State Sen. Cliff Hite, R-Findlay, concerned that Ohio is falling behind other states that allow the sale of alcohol-infused products, inserted a provision into the budget. It would revise the “ mixed beverages” definition to include solids and confections “obtained by mixing any type of whiskey, neutral spirits, brandy, gin, or other distilled spirits with water, juice, or other flavorings and that contain between one-half percent and 21 percent of alcohol by volume.”
Liquor-treat Legalization Draws Fire