Category: Brewing

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New Illinois legislation allows bars and restaurants to sell cocktails to go, but for some reason, the act of drafting liquor legislation continues to be a hack-job. Do only glass containers work? What’s the work-around for brewpubs, tap rooms and distilling pubs?

The State of Illinois passed a bill expanding alcoholic beverage consumption options in its...

breweries wineries and distilleries are having their bonding requirement eliminated in Illinois if they're under $50,000 per year in tax

TTB provides insight for tax relief and destruction of unmerchantable beer; also changes some trade practice policies for craft distillers, craft brewers, wholesalers, bars and wineries during COVID-19.

Through a series of FAQs regarding the processes for the destruction of beer and...

Kentucky’s new law allowing breweries, distilleries and wineries to ship direct to consumers all over the U.S. should be the model for the country. But special interests that want to keep consumers paying more for alcohol and limit choice to protect their fiefdoms will try to stop people from achieving this freedom.

Kentucky HB 415 became law last week following passage by the Kentucky General Assembly...

NEW-AB-COVID-19-Guidance-Document - Wisconsin Department of Revenue Alcohol Delivery brewery delivery beer delivery distillery delivery winery delivery

Wisconsin Emergency Order allows breweries, distilleries, wineries, bars and restaurants to stay open for carry-out only, but does it put citizens at risk by not allowing online sales and requiring face-to-face purchases before delivery of alcohol?

Like many state liquor regulatory authorities, Wisconsin’s Department of Revenue is working to provide...

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Illinois Liquor Control Commission (@ILLiquorControl) updates FAQ to respond to issues raised for Illinois’s Stay at Home Executive Order – breweries, restaurants, distilleries, wholesalers, wineries, bars, liquor stores remain open (no on-premise consumption) and delivering.

Last night the Illinois Liquor Control Commission (these people are working tirelessly) posted an...

Illinois allows breweries brewpubs distilleries and distilling pubs to deliver

Illinois’s brewers and distillers can now deliver direct to consumers, if they can sell to them from their premises, as restrictions on manufacturers delivering during the COVID-19 epidemic get stayed due in large part to the work of the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild – Thanks @IllinoisBeer

When the Illinois Liquor Control Commission put out its guidance and Q&A regarding operations...