After months of tense discussions that looked often like they were more likely to end in a lawsuit than in legislation, House and Senate negotiators reached a compromise late Wednesday on a bill that largely would give grocery and convenience stores freedom as they begin to sell full-strength beer in 2019 but also would put guardrails on areas like deliveries and below-cost sales that liquor stores sought badly.
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Residents may have seen some new bottles of alcohol on the shelves of their favorite gas station.
Impending changes to alcohol laws in Oklahoma mean the beer menu is about to get bigger.
Newport Beach is pulling back on where to pull taps.
FAIRBANKS—A wide-ranging overhaul of the state's alcohol laws essentially died Thursday when its author withdrew it from committee following public outcry over a House amendment that would have cut brewery and distillery serving sizes by one-third.
Have you ever been to a craft brewery in Delaware with a friend who doesn't drink beer either because of taste or a gluten-free diet?
Senators on Monday endorsed a bundle of alcohol-related measures that would allow for self-serve beer, liquor-infused candy and the sale of take-home growlers at microbreweries.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverage Laws Enforcement Commission is hoping to be more helpful as it processes thousands of applications with changing liquor laws.
A bill to regulate full-strength beer sales in Colorado grocery and convenience stores, once viewed as unlikely to pass because it was the bane of nearly every sector of the alcohol-sales industry, cleared the state Senate by a wide margin Tuesday, giving hope to its liquor-store proponents especially that guardrails may go into place before the sales begin on Jan. 1.
Minnesota's biggest beer distributor and its truck drivers are locked in a labor dispute.