Most states in the US allow the sale of beer, wine, and spirits in grocery and convenience stores, Colorado is an exception to that norm. Until recently, 3.2 beer was the only thing allowed to be sold in grocery stores, but that is being changed to allow full alcohol content in grocery stores. The change means a significant shift in the way liquor stores operate, making success dependent on wine and spirit sales. What do you think about this change and how it might affect family owned shops? What about a long term change to all spirits sold in grocery and convenience stores?