That complimentary beer you sip while awaiting a haircut can now taste guilt-free.
Alcoholic beverages have become increasingly common amenities at barbershops and beauty salons, including multiple establishments in Sacramento.
But as it turns out, serving those drinks without a liquor licenses risks putting those establishments on the wrong side of the law.
Hence Assembly Bill 1322, which would allow hair-focused businesses to serve a limited amount beer and wine to 21-and-older customers, as long as they don’t charge for it. But don’t get any big party plans: Only one drink per cut.
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Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill on Wednesday without comment.