Woodstock BYOB establishments now require permits
WOODSTOCK – Businesses that allow customers to bring alcoholic beverages to accompany dinner now will have to apply for a permit.
City Council members Tuesday approved an amendment that adds a BYOB permit requirement to the city’s liquor code. The city previously made individual agreements with businesses interested in BYOB.
“In reality, the interpretation was that we couldn’t legally restrict restaurants,” Mayor Brian Sager said of the city’s previous BYOB regulations. “That they could [allow BYOB] if they wanted to, even without an agreement.”
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