ST. JOSEPH COUNTY-- Convenience stores in Indiana are going to court over the right to sell cold beer.
It's a federal lawsuit against the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission.
Store owners are accusing the commission of violating their constitutional rights with a rule that allows the sale of warm beer but not cold beer.
In addition to convenience stores, the suit also specifies that grocery stores and pharmacies should be allowed to sell cold beer in Indiana.
The manager of the One Stop Route 66 gas station and convenience store in Mishawaka says they are struggling, and being able to sell cold beer would be a huge help.