David Alvord sips on a beer at Clayton Beverage Co., one of a handful of beer-centric spots to open in Clayton in the last few years. County and Clayton voters will consider relaxing alcohol laws this year.
David Alvord sips on a beer at Clayton Beverage Co., one of a handful of beer-centric spots to open in Clayton in the last few years. County and Clayton voters will consider relaxing alcohol laws this year. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
David Alvord sips on a beer at Clayton Beverage Co., one of a handful of beer-centric spots to open in Clayton in the last few years. County and Clayton voters will consider relaxing alcohol laws this year. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

County, Clayton voters to weigh in on alcohol

October 17, 2016 07:49 AM

UPDATED October 18, 2016 05:57 AM

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