Department of Revenue Reverses Course on Suspension of Alcohol Sales

Just hours after the Mississippi Alcohol Beverage Control announces a temporary ten-day halt on alcohol sales to vendors, the Department of Revenue has now veered from the stated course of action.

The agency released a statement announcing this and promising that a better resolution to the mounting alcohol orders will be achieved.

Official Statement from the Department of Revenue

To our ABC Partners,

The Mississippi ABC made a decision to temporarily suspend our liquor ordering system to try to remedy the unprecedented backlog of orders currently in our system. This step would have allowed permittees to receive prior orders during the week of July 13th but not place new orders during this week. This action was needed catch up with the increased demand we have experienced over the last four months.

We have received numerous concerns from you, our partners, over this step and are taking another look at our options. In the meantime, we will be bringing our order system back on line today with the same order limits that were previously in place. Our hope is to find a solution that will allow the ABC to clear up the backlog while still providing our customers with the services they need to keep their businesses running smoothly.

Please be aware that with the current orders in our system, you will experience delivery times of one week or more until we can find a way to get this backlog cleared. We thank you for your patience with us while we search for a viable solution to meet

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