When the Old Gold resumed serving shots of W. L. Weller bourbon along North Killingsworth Street last weekend, no one stood in line at the bar.
Nunavik police seized a shipment of bootlegged alcohol in Puvirnituq this week. The Kativik Regional Police Force said it received a tip about a suspected shipment of multiple parcels that recently arrived in the Hudson coast community.
According to the new WHO/Europe report, “Alcohol pricing in the WHO European Region”, increasing the prices that consumers pay for alcohol is one of the most cost-effective tools available for policy-makers looking to reduce alcohol consumption and associated harm.
The "Protection of Workers Bill" has been passed at Stage 1 by Holyrood's Economy committee. Staff who sell age restricted goods are deemed to have have a "special role in upholding the law, but the committee heard in evidence that this can sometimes trigger violence and abuse.
Bob Durkin runs 10 bars and clubs in Charlotte, and, because of that, he has 10 decisions to make Tuesday: whether to renew state licenses for serving liquor, beer and wine.
Long holiday weekends can be dangerous on America’s roads, and July 4th and the days surrounding the national holiday are among the deadliest for drunk driving.
The list of states still closed to winery direct-to-consumer shipments has dwindled to just four — Utah, Delaware, Alabama and Mississippi — but efforts to open those hit a novel roadblock this year as state capitols were shut down during the initial closures related to the ongoing pandemic.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R ) signed legislation Monday that permanently allows cocktails to go, making it the first state to keep a temporary measure put in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Have you heard this news through the grapevine? Researchers have just reported that light to moderate drinking may preserve brain function in older age, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open. Drinking alcohol has its downsides, but it also has some health benefits.
A group of Texas bar owners filed lawsuits Monday seeking to overturn Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s order that closed their businesses to help contain the spread of the coronavirus in Texas.