I'm going to visit family in Oklahoma for Thanksgiving, and they've asked whether I'll be bringing some beer. When they visited me this summer, we (16 of us) wiped out a corny keg of cream ale in one afternoon - so I don't think taking a couple sixers of bottles is going to get it done, and I'm thinking about taking a keg. We'll be driving through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Is anyone aware of specific legal issues with transporting this quantity of 5.5% ABV beer packaged in this way across State lines? I'm not selling it or distributing it - just taking it to my uncle's house for Thanksgiving. I know it's likely that I'd "fly under the radar" anyway, but I'd like to know whether it's worth the bother. I suppose I could bottle some beer off of my kegs, but I can move more beer in less space if it's in a keg.