Alcohol laws in Tennessee contain some of the most varied legislation in the country and with the recent passage of the liquor-by-the-drink referendum in Pigeon Forge many residents are wondering where county areas such as Seymour stand.
By default both county and city governments in Tennessee are considered dry and do not allow for the sale of liquor or wine.
Cities and counties can however pass legislation to alter the law.
Currently, Sevier County is a limited county which means the sale of packaged or liquor-by-the-drink can be permitted in at least one city. But unincorporated areas governed by the county such as Seymour are not allowed to sell either.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.