Only liquor stores are allowed to sell cold beer under Indiana law.
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A federal judge in Indianapolis has thrown out a lawsuit challenging the state's laws that limit cold beer sales to liquor stores.
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Indiana law allows convenience, grocery and pharmacy stores to sell beer warm but not chilled.