Alcohol Laws For Texas

No alcohol cap but ABV > 15.5% requires additional license, so many places are beer/wine only.

Wet/dry issues determined by city/county election.

Liquor stores statewide closed all day Sunday.

An alcoholic beverage served (on-premise) to a customer between 10 a.m. and noon on Sunday may only be provided during the service of food to the customer. 11 Texas counties are completely dry. In many counties, public intoxication laws are vigorously upheld. While in the course and scope of employment as an employee of a licensee or permittee. Texas law permits service to minors (any age under 21) as follows: if the minor is in the visible presence of an adult parent, guardian, or spouse or other adult to whom he has been committed by a court and if the minor is under the immediate supervision of a commissioned peace officer engaged in enforcing the provisions of this Code.

Can I drink outside of the bar?
Nope. Where do you think you are, Bourbon Street?

Are there certain hours when I can't buy alcohol?
Unfortunately, there are some restrictions here.
In the bar: Monday-Friday: 7am-midnight Saturday: 7am-1am Sunday: Noon to 12 midnight. Some cities/counties permit sale until 2am (with license).
At the store: Beer/Non-hard liquor: 7 a.m. to midnight (Mon.-Fri.) 7 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. (Sat.) Noon to midnight (Sun.) Hard Liquor: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Mon.-Sat.)

You can buy these delights in just a regular grocery store:
For everything else, you'll just have to go to a damn liquor store. Like an animal.

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