Mini bottles are a great way for consumers to try small amounts of alcohol without buying a full bottle -- or they're a way for children to conceal their underage drinking without getting caught.
The reason diners might have to settle for beer and wine in Idaho might not be that restaurant owners across Idaho are teetotalers or offering liquor to customers isn't profitable. It's because of state law.
A slate of bills is being considered before the Wyoming Legislature that would make liquor licenses much easier for businesses to attain in the State of Wyoming.
The Virginia Craft Brewers Guild (VCBG) announced its intent this month to develop the Virginia Beer Distribution Company, modeled after the Virginia Winery Distribution Company (VWDC) within the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), and allow all brewery licensees to have limited self-distribution directly to retail licensees.
While beer makers got plenty of love, the most thunderous ovation at the annual awards ceremony was reserved for VCBG President and CEO Brett Vassey, when he announced that the guild plans to lobby during the upcoming General Assembly session for breweries to have the right to self-distribute their products.
Market researchers attribute the rising demand for zero-proof products to growing health consciousness among consumers.
RALEIGH -The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission has developed an interactive map showing the revenue that the ABC system generates for the state and local communities.
RICHMOND - Ten community organizations across the state were recently awarded more than $83,000 in Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) Education and Prevention grants to help reduce underage and high-risk drinking.