Liquor store owners and store association lobbyists claimed that allowing alcohol sales on Sunday would negatively impact their livelihoods.
George Koob says the U.S. could follow Canada's lead and recommend no more than two alcoholic drinks per week.
DeSantis talks a lot about freedom but increasingly only applies it to those who agree with him.
Anchor Brewing was sunk by the same forces that former owner Fritz Maytag helped unleash by nurturing America's craft beer revolution.
In California, officials are pushing pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, firearms manufacturers, and tobacco companies. Red states are retaliating. This is madness.
A bill that would expand wine sales in the Empire State is meeting familiar resistance from entrenched interests.
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By legalizing homebrewing, Carter laid important groundwork for the entrepreneurs and investors who are the true heroes of the craft-brewing revolution.
By consenting to Qatar's illiberal policies for residents and guests alike, FIFA has further besmirched its already tainted reputation.
Do you want to brag about America’s alcohol industry, or do you want to crack down on it?
New rules from the state alcohol control board could grind breweries into insolvency.
Regulations ban food sales, limit the number of events, and include other inane requirements.
The fine print of the latest alcohol regulation proposal in Massachusetts is revealing.
A federal judge ruled Monday that North Carolina bureaucrats violated the Constitution when they tried to ban a Flying Dog beer over a possible penis on the label.
The history of wine delivery is pretty clear.
The substitution effect is real.
Breweries and wineries can still do it, though.
The Prohibition-era three-tier system is causing consolidation, not the market.
"Do you really want to live in a country where government bureaucrats, based on whim and personal preference, can censor whatever they don't like?"
Now they'll have to explain to a federal judge how this isn't a violation of the First Amendment.
New empirical research suggests the answer is yes.
'We're Not Doing Anything Wrong': This Pennsylvania Brewery Refuses To Obey State's Indoor Dining Ban
And it isn't alone. Pennsylvania has banned indoor dining through the end of the year, but dozens of businesses are banding together to defy the mandate.
Takeout and delivery orders are the only thing keeping the state's 115 craft breweries afloat during the coronavirus outbreak.
No, Trump Didn't Cut the CDC's Coronavirus Budget. No, People Aren't Blaming Corona Beer for the Disease.
Coronavirus misinformation is spreading faster than the disease itself.
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Targeting CBD companies that make spurious health claims is one thing. Going after culinary experimentation is ridiculous.
Remnants of Prohibition-era policies continue to frustrate brewers.
This is bending the Lanham Act until it nearly breaks
Attempts to centrally plan an economy ruin both civic life and life's pleasures.
Castle Danger Brewing is the latest of the state's craft breweries to be victimized by a law that forbids all but the smallest operations from selling growlers on location.
The state's heavily regulated restaurant industry thinks beer gardens have it too easy
Karaoke and beer? No. Karaoke, pool, and beer? OK!
The moral arc of the universe is actually a squiggly line
Who could have predicted this?