The 4th of July party wouldn’t be complete without barbecue and a few cold beers. But do liquor stores stay open on July 4? The day marks the 246th year since the United States of America got their freedom. On this day, all services that aren’t essential will be shut down.
So, let’s find out if liquor stores are open on the 4th of July in Illinois and, if they are, what hours they are open.
Are liquor stores open 4th of july in Illinois or close ?
The Fourth of July party has always included alcohol. So stores will also be open on this day, but there might be chances that some areas close liquor stores on 4th july. Though the hours may be different.
“In honor of the Fourth of July, stores that are usually open on Monday will be closing at 5 p.m.,” says the Fine Wine and Good Spirits website.
Since the hours may vary from store to store, we recommend that you call your local liquor store before stopping by.
Are liquor stores open 4th of july in Illinois area?
Ten states have “dry” counties, and 15 more have “partially dry” counties. Check your local laws to make sure you don’t live in a place that doesn’t let you drink. You can also use this map from StateLiquorLaws.com, which you can click around on.
It’s also important to note that many liquor stores are run by individuals, so they may close to spend time with their families and friends celebrating American independence. But don’t worry, Wal-Mart will still be open on July 4. Check to see when your local store is open and if there are any rules.