- Associated Press - Tuesday, May 13, 2014

BETHEL, Alaska (AP) - Trivia night in Bethel is now a dry affair.

KYUK reports (https://is.gd/37YRRU) the manager of the Long House Hotel has confirmed that a restaurant inside the hotel allowed alcohol to be brought inside and consumed this year.

Neither the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board nor Alaska State Troopers would name the restaurant that was investigated since charges weren’t filed.

But Long House Hotel General Manager Logan Rammell tells the Bethel radio station that people had been bringing in alcohol for Thursday night trivia contests. That’s a violation of the state’s bottle club laws, which only allow patrons of fraternal organizations like the VFW to bring in booze.

Rammell say the cafe now a zero-tolerance policy regarding alcohol, and that applies to private events like weddings and parties.


Information from: KYUK-AM, https://www.kyuk.org

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