Irish Liquor Lawyer Talks About Making History with the Media

Sean O’Leary, the Irish Liquor Lawyer, recently discussed making liquor history in Illinois. On June 18th, cocktails-to-go became legal in Illinois for the first time since the 1930s.

Mr. O’Leary discussed this significant event with Fox Chicago, NBC Chicago, and WGN Radio. Mr. O’Leary stated, “it is amazing to be part of a group that made history in Illinois. It is also great to give a shot in the arm to the struggling hospitality industry. We hope cocktails-to-go will allow struggling bars and restaurants throughout the state to survive.”

The first cocktail-to-go in Chicago was served at Kumiko, a Japanese style restaurant which is known for its highly rated Japanese cocktails.

The owner of Kumiko, Julia Momose along with Ian Beacraft and Mr. O’Leary started Cocktails-For-Hope as a grassroots effort to make cocktails-to-go a reality for the struggling hospitality community in Illinois.

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