No you can't. You should not drink and drive.
Most states have open container laws that state its a no no. You will not get the ticket the passenger will but you will be hasseled for searches and checks that you dont need. Where ever you are driving to, if the person with you can abstain for that amount of time, dont drive them in your car. What if you get in an accident and have to prove you werent drinking, if someone gets severely hurt. It is your car you make the rules...
Up until 1935 the drinking age in Ohio was 16. Then in 1935 it was raised to 18. You could buy 3.2 beer at 18 until 1982 when they did away with 3.2 percent alcohol beer and raised the drinking age to 19 for 6% beer only (nothing stronger like wine or liquor). In 1987 the legal age in Ohio was raised to 21 for anything.
The CEO of the Meister Beer Drinking Club is Gleason Farris.
he is drinking beer = él toma una cerveza
You can buy beer anywhere and anytime in Ohio on Sunday. Enjoy!
It depends on what state you are in. In Ohio, it is a Minor Misdemeanor, meaning only up to a $100 fine may be levied. No jail time. Whatever state you are in, just google the question making sure your state name is in the question. You should have something come up to help you. In Ohio, for instance, all laws are listed in the Ohio Revised Code. Hope this helps.
You can't be serious. Answer: Of course not, if it was legal, you would not have been cited.
A drinking vessel for beer. It's a mug.
Old Man Drinking a Glass of Beer was created in 1897.
Drinking beer will not make you strong.