Recently, Oregon issued clarification pertaining to the classification of hard seltzers in the state. The guidance, as summarized below, impacts the majority of hard seltzers in the market.
The Supreme Court issued an order today denying certiorari in hundreds of cases. The Lebamoff appeal of their loss at the 6th Circuit was one of the cases on today’s order list.
HIGH COUNTRY — With hopes of an economic boost to restaurants, Gov. Roy Cooper authorized the North Carolina’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission to permit the delivery or carryout of mixed drinks.
Columbus added more breweries in 2020 despite Covid challenges. Ohio remains home to around 360 craft breweries. Approximately 40 new ones opened this year while only 12 closed.
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Leaders from the Utah restaurant industry met with Gov. Gary Herbert Tuesday evening as discussions are underway for the ongoing COVID-19 health restrictions that will expire later this week.
Iowa’s eating and drinking establishments will lose in excess of $1.4 billion in food and beverage sales for calendar 2020, according to a study conducted by the Iowa and National Restaurant Associations.
Yesterday, it was announced that the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and organizations representing many of Ohio’s craft brewers had renewed a two-year alliance to improve workplace safety in the industry.
Mississippi Revenue Commissioner Chris Graham told the Legislature’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Task Force Tuesday that while the spirits warehouse has made progress with filling its backlog of orders, the holiday season will likely set those efforts back.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put an extreme amount of pressure on small businesses, especially bars and restaurants. In Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine imposed a shutdown on in-house dining in March, and floated the idea of a second shutdown earlier in November.