WASHINGTON — A trade war between the U.S. and its closest allies may scotch Robert Likarish’s growing whiskey business.
The effort to increase the tobacco sales age limit to 21 will undoubtedly cut into the revenue of convenience stores, including the 7-Eleven that Dennis Lane has owned for 44 years.
FAYETTEVILLE — Anyone who wants to open a bar serving liquor in Fayetteville needs to take eight hours of security training, learn how to spot a fake ID and install surveillance cameras, along with the usual state requirements.
Hold the drinks with that next lap dance. The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday that a city has the right to deny a liquor license to a business that provides nude entertainment.
Naperville residents can have beer, wine and hard liquor delivered to their door without restriction, a service that might need to be governed by city rules, members of the Naperville Liquor Commission say.
BOSTON (State House News Service) - The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission is on track to receive a funding boost of more than $1.2 million in next year's budget, a infusion of money Treasurer Deborah Goldberg said is "desperately" needed at the "terribly under-resourced" agency.
ALBANY — The state recently passed a milestone in the growth of its craft beverage industry.
TEXAS – Craft beer drinkers might notice a new label the next time they grab a six-pack, as trouble is brewing between big brands and independent brewers.
Liquor licenses in New Jersey can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In an unusual certification from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled (4-3) that “dealerships” with wine distributors are not protected by the Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law (WFDL).