Three-two beer, or 3 point 2 beer, is a low-point beer. In the United States, it is sometimes referred to as “three two beer” or “three two brew”. The beer contains about 4% ABV (2% alcohol by weight).
The last of the states to finally do away with 3.2 beer include Kansas, Utah, Colorado, and Oklahoma. In these states and the others, grocery stores and supermarkets, which for a long time were prohibited from selling any other alcoholic drinks apart from three point two brew, can now sell regular alcoholic drinks.