Today is an Important Day for Georgia Craft Beer

September 1, 2017 0

I never thought that this day would come, and I’m sure Georgia residents and brewers feel the same. I’ve been waiting for this since my first trip down South 7 years ago. This is an important day in Georgia craft beer. Today, SB 85 goes into effect. You can finally buy a beer for on-site consumption. You can finally take Read More

Flying Dog Establishes 1st Amendment Society

May 17, 2016 0

Flying Dog Brewery Establishes Non-Profit to Advocate for First Amendment Rights Flying Dog Brewery did not take a violation of its First Amendment rights lying down. Last March – and after an almost six-year legal battle – the United States Court of Appeals ruled that the Michigan Liquor Control Commission violated Flying Dog’s right to freedom of expression and held each individual commissioner accountable Read More

Dear GA Law Makers, Your Beer Laws are Bullshit

October 14, 2015 10

I’m finally getting back to normal life after my annual beercation to Atlanta earlier this month. Every year I delight in trying out new breweries, new beers, and seeing the exponential growth of the Atlanta craft beer scene. This year was different, the tone and vibe was harshed for one reason only: GA beer laws. I was totally prepared to Read More

PA to Allow 12 Pack Sales

March 9, 2015 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 6, 2015 Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Clarifies the Size of Malt or Brewed Beverage Containers That Can be Sold in the Commonwealth Harrisburg – The Office of Chief Counsel of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board today released a legal advisory opinion in response to inquiries from several licensees pertaining to malt or brewed beverage containers sold Read More