Members of the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association announced today that they will continue their fight to overturn an Indiana state law that says only liquor stores can sell cold beer. Their legal battle includes an appeal filed in federal court and a lawsuit in state court. In June, a federal judge upheld the long-standing requirement that beer sold at grocery, convenience, and pharmacy stores in Indiana must be room temperature. The trade group says Indiana is the only state in the country that regulates beer sales based on temperature. “Our members and the public understand Indiana’s alcohol laws lack common-sense and we are asking the state and federal courts to put an end to this,” said IPCA Executive Director Scot Imus.