ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation Saturday that will work to modernize New York’s laws that are related to alcoholic beverages.

Hochul says this is in an effort to expand options for consumers, as well as support New York’s small businesses that serve alcoholic beverages.

Part of this legislation would allow for the sale of beer, mead, braggot, and cider on any day of the week including Sundays. Another part will allow both liquor and wine stores to expand hours on Sundays, and will be able to open at 10 a.m., and close at 10 p.m.

The rest of the legislation package includes:

“Across New York, breweries, distilleries and other alcoholic beverage businesses are creating jobs and expanding economic opportunity,” Governor Hochul said. “I’m proud to sign this legislation that will modernize the laws governing the sales of alcoholic beverages in New York.”

For more information on the signed legislation, click here.