Tennessee's Archaic Liquor Laws 

A few years ago, I went into downtown's Corkscrew to buy a bottle of wine. After years of living with roommates, I had a new one-bedroom apartment. What I didn't have, I realized as I was about to pay, was my own corkscrew.

And under Tennessee law, the Corkscrew wasn't allowed to sell them ... Read Mary Cashiola's take on Tennessee's oddball wine and liquor regulations.

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