During the early 1980s, the great Horton experiment, as he called it, began in Dennis Dunne Horton’s log cabin in Aroda, which came to hold a cellar full of home wine-making equipment and very small barrels of homemade wine.
SALT LAKE CITY — State lawmakers are looking to shift liability for the bad actions of drinkers away from bars and restaurants that serve alcohol within the law.
BOARDMAN, Ohio - Schools across the country are using less scare tactics when it comes to teaching students about illegal drugs and alcohol.
On the 50th anniversary of the year Virginia began allowing the sale of liquor by the drink, a senate panel will study changes to streamline the state's liquor laws, including whether the state's nine remaining dry counties should go wet by default.
MAGNA, Utah -- Rocky Mountain Raceway is using its final season to push for teen drinking prevention with a larger than life representation of alcohol’s effect on a teenager's brain.
In case you don’t feel like driving to the liquor store, state officials want to make it much easier to buy online.
A referendum vote asking Cherokee voters to OK a tribally owned beer, wine and liquor store off casino property failed on two fronts last week — the question received more no votes than yes votes, and turnout fell short of the percentage required to qualify as a valid referendum.
Pennsylvania Distilleries Beware: New Fiscal Code Legislation, Not Liquor Code Amendment, Radically Changes Distillery Law
Pennsylvania legislators slipped a change into the Fiscal Code during negotiations for Pennsylvania’s 2017-2018 Budget.
National Beer Wholesalers Association launches 'Delivering Local Jobs'; Tells story of independent beer distributors in Iowa
Signed by the Governor, H.B. 4667 renames the Grape and Wine Industry Council as the Michigan Craft Beverage Council and requires the Council to direct the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development to award grants for research into fruits used in winemaking and wines, hops, barley, beer, and spirits.