What time does north Carolina stop selling beer on Sunday

Not Legal Advice: According to Reports.abc.nc.gov, alcohol can only be sold or served Monday to Saturday between 7am and 2am. On Sundays, alcohol can only be sold, served and consumed after Noon. Remember, some cities and/or counties may further restrict Sunday sales.

If you hold an on-premise permit, alcohol sales must end at 2am, but customers have until 2:30am to consume it. That means, you should have all tables, counters, bars, etc. cleared of alcohol by 2:30am.

To learn more about North Carolina’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Laws, Rules & Information visit Reports.abc.nc.gov.

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Thursday, February 12 2015