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Oklahomans aged 21 years and older can now get beer, wine and spirits delivered to their front door, at least temporarily.

The Oklahoma ABLE Commission will allow delivery of alcoholic beverages until April 17th, following Governor Kevin Stitt’s newly amended executive orders to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has cleared craft brewers in the state to sell full-strength beer for consumption on the premises.

Pruitt issued the opinion Tuesday after the state's Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission asked him to review a new state law that allows the sale of full-strength beer.