Just in time for the summer weather, local farmers’ markets are one of the many places the new batch of Liquor Policy changes will affect.
Some of the biggest changes in liquor laws in B-C’s history are now coming into affect and they may just change things for your summer outings.
“We have updated the rule book so that beer, wine, cider, and spirits can be sampled and sold at farmers’ markets around British Columbia.”
Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Suzanne Anton goes on to explain another change coming into effect is in an effort to bring families closer together.
Pubs and legions can now apply to allow minors in with parents or other adults but must leave by 10PM.
These changes come after happy hour and new minimums have been placed on drink prices.