- Jan 6, 2013
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If you already have a label created and the box sealed they don’t ask many questions. If asked, I’d say it’s a care package for a friend or family member. They really just want to know if it’s potentially hazardous, so as long as your answer does sound hazardous or cause you to act strangely, they don’t care.Last two times I shipped, they asked me what was in the package. Not wanting to be a liar I told them it was live yeast samples. Everything went through ok.
Yeah, but what reason would they ever have to think that it’s beer and not iced tea, motor oil, essential oils, lotion, personal lubricant (maybe that will be my new answer), bbq sauce, homemade ketchup, sea water, or any number of other liquids that they don’t care about?They probably scrutinize more or less depending on state. Wine is legal to ship in or out of MA but beer is illegal. Makes no sense, but it is what it is.