What time does missouri stop selling alcohol on sundays?

Not Legal Advice: Missouri has some very permissive alcohol laws. Alcohol is not state controlled. On-premise sale is from 6 A.M to 1:30 A.M. (Monday – Saturday) and 9 A.M. to 12 A.M. (Sunday).

As per Legalbeer.com, St. Louis and Kansas City and a few other counties can operate from 6 A.M. to 3 A.M. daily. Off-premise sale from the same times including bars allowed to double as liquor stores in St. Louis and Kansas City which can remain open until 3 A.M.

There are no state open container laws, no blue (sabbath) laws, public intoxication laws, and absinthe is not prohibited. There are no dry counties, and prohibiting off-premise sale is illegal. State laws preempt local laws. Grocery stores and gas stations can sell liquor with the only limitation being operating hours.

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Tuesday, June 28 2016
Source: http://www.legalbeer.com/liquor-laws-by-state