Intervening in the U.K. alcohol market hasn't produced the desired effect, but experts want yet another bite at the apple.
If states generally don't limit the potency of distilled spirits, why is such a safeguard necessary for a much less hazardous product?
Knowledge is probably not more dangerous than alcohol, but why risk it?
After losing at the Supreme Court in 2019, state lawmakers are now targeting fulfillment houses in an attempt to stop consumers from buying what they want.
The announcement signals a possible deescalation in the transatlantic trade war and raises hopes for a U.S.-U.K. trade agreement.
One complainer managed to shut down a popular local business.
Biden's new trade representative should outline a plan to remove the economically nonsensical and politically pointless tariffs on European steel and aluminum in order to deescalate this costly conflict.
Lawmakers in Hawaii, Texas, and Georgia Are Making Alcohol Sales More Difficult, While Pols in Alabama and Wisconsin Embrace Liberalization
Hawaii's 10-cent booze tax draws ire of brewers, while Alabama moves toward legalizing alcohol delivery.
Thanks to coverage at Reason and pushback from the industry, the federal government voided $14,000 fees on do-gooder craft distillers just in time for the new year.
When There Wasn't Enough Hand Sanitizer, Distilleries Stepped Up. Now They're Facing $14,060 FDA Fees.
Distilleries just learned that to cap off a brutal year, the FDA is charging them a fee normally reserved for drug manufacturing facilities.
The story of why pain relievers took root in Appalachia begins decades before the introduction of OxyContin.
Using police to forcefully shut down Mac's Public House is a violation of liberty and a waste of resources.
Instead of deregulating like other cities, Fresno is trying to drive small alcohol vendors out of its market
The E.U. is considering levying $4 billion in new tariffs on American goods, with alcohol likely to be one of the targets.
Experts are blasting proposed federal guidelines that call for men to consume no more than one alcoholic beverage per day.
The New York governor requires bars to sell "substantive" offerings if they'd like to stay open.
Too bad. Deregulation could (and should) be here to stay.
Allowing cocktails-to-go and outdoor drinking can help bartenders and restaurant staff survive the COVID-19 shutdowns.
Ontario has added new protections for agricultural workers and relaxed restaurant regulations.
Rising rates of new cases and hospitalizations have seen both states' governors reverse course on reopening businesses.
If there's a silver lining for the bars and restaurants that have been hit by the COVID-19 lockdowns, it's the widespread loosening of liquor laws.
Absurd enforcement of liquor regulations harms public health efforts.
The WHO Helped Spread Chinese Communist Lies About COVID-19. Now It's Lecturing People About Drinking During Quarantine.
The WHO arguably failed at its most basic mission of stopping the spread of a global pandemic, but it's still willing to hector people about their drinking habits.
After Pennsylvania Closed All Liquor Stores, Residents Crossed State Borders To Buy Booze. Now Ohio Is Shutting Down Out-of-State Sales.
Border counties are now prohibited from selling to anyone without proof of residency.
What happens to bars in a world where bars as we've always known them are forbidden?
For all the good prohibition might do to reduce domestic violence, it won't actually solve that problem and it will certainly cause others.
The state has shut down all liquor stores, leading customers to crowd into retailers across the border.
Rules designed to keep alcohol safe for children are slowing down production of a product that’s in short supply.
Takeout and delivery orders are the only thing keeping the state's 115 craft breweries afloat during the coronavirus outbreak.
American whisky and wine drinkers are being punished for trying to amicably trade what they have for what they want.
If cities will accommodate huge numbers of visitors, why not extend the courtesy to locals?
A 100 percent tariff on European wines could all but wipe out the industry.
While the issue is far from settled, a decline in Canadian beer sales and a drop in binge drinking among college students reinforce the case for a substitution effect.
Independent booze retailers are trying to stifle competition using arguments from Prohibition.