Beer Info FAQ

How early can you buy alcohol in New Mexico?

How early can you buy alcohol in New Mexico?

New Mexico has previously banned on-premise alcohol sales before 11 a.m. and package sales by a store before noon on Sunday. But now service can generally begin at 7 a.m., as with any other day of the week.

What time can you buy alcohol in New Mexico on Sunday?

A new law takes effect June 14 allowing liquor to be sold at 11 a.m. rather than noon. However, the change only applies to bars and restaurants. Noon remains the Sunday starting time for buying liquor at supermarkets, convenience stores and other locations for off-premise consumption.

Can you buy beer in grocery stores in New Mexico?

Consumers in the state can still buy alcohol from essential businesses that carry these products, such as grocery stores, convenience stores, distilleries and breweries.