Drinks Ireland|Beer, the representative organisation for beer manufacturers and suppliers in the country, has called on the government for urgent support for Irish pub sector.
Craft brewers and beer wholesalers are nudging lawmakers to sign off an a deal to resolve a decade-long dispute over distribution rights, warning that a delay will worsen the microbrew industry’s economic situation.
WASHINGTON — In a recent letter sent to Alabama’s congressional delegation, trade associations representing more than 10 distillers throughout the state urged Congress to provide additional economic relief to distilleries facing enormous financial hardship due to the impact of COVID-19.
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THE MINISTER FOR Health Stephen Donnelly has said there will be no extension to the deadline for retailers to separate out alcohol products in their shops, and no plans to provide financial assistance to support them in complying with the regulations.
LOUISVILLE, KY.- A last minute-emergency at an event started the idea. Lauren Chitwood, Abby Ferguson and Lexie Larsen needed to find something non-alcoholic but elevated beyond water or diet soda, to supply an event their company, Olio Event Group, was hosting.
After a month of Oregon Liquor Control Commission’s weekend compliance checks for masks and social distancing, most businesses across the state seem to be following the rules.
Trade associations for 15 Montana distillers are urging Congress to provide more economic aid to distilleries facing deep financial hardship due to the impact of COVID-19.
A letter was sent Friday to the state’s congressional delegation from Montana Distiller’s
Johannesburg – The liquor industry has welcomed the National Treasury's decision to grant them permission to pay excise tax due on alcoholic beverages of R5.1 billion after 90 days while waiting for the government to lift the ban on the sale of alcohol.
ATLANTA — Georgians reluctant to patronize bars during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to have adult beverages delivered to their homes under legislation Gov. Brian Kemp signed into law Monday.
New guidelines issued late last week by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission will allow some bars, breweries and wineries to reopen as restaurants, as long as they meet certain requirements, NEWS4 reports.