In South Carolina, you can still buy beer.
The state’s legislature passed a bill this week that allows you to drink beer, wine, liquor and even hot dogs, and even beer from a car.
In the words of the bill’s author, the South Carolina Liquor Control Commission, it “is intended to provide a more efficient and consistent supply of alcoholic beverages throughout the state.”
If you’re a beer drinker in South Carolina (or just want to see if you qualify for the bill), you can find it on the Department of Health’s website, which is currently offline.
Here are a few tips to keep in mind: You can’t buy it in grocery stores, bars, or even the grocery store itself.
Instead, you’ll have to order it from the state liquor store, which offers a small number of limited-edition, limited-production, limited bottle offerings that will go on sale this Friday.
But the most popular one is the “Papa Bear” (a white, double-decker, 8-ounce, 375 mL beer).
You’ll need to order at least three (3) bottles of beer, and you can only buy one per person per day.
So you’ll probably need to drive to the liquor store for it.