Who’s calling the shots?

Who’s calling the shots? Tavern owners want more regulation from the state in an increasingly competitive market By Katelyn Ferral Jul 3, 2019 Does the lack of public interdiction of political policy creates a problem for public safety and an opportunity for public danger?  Tragedy usually creates the need for lawful policy.        Wedding barns, … Read More

186 alcohol sellers charged in underage drinking crackdown in New York

  More than 180 establishments holding New York state liquor licenses have been charged with serving minors during last month’s statewide crackdown on underage drinking.   That’s according to state officials who say April’s month long enforcement effort resulted in charges being filed against 186 out of the 851 bars, … Read More

Budweiser brewer will put kick into root beer

Anheuser-Busch has a new brew to float: A boozy root beer. Best Damn Root Beer, hitting stores and taps Monday nationwide, is the first beer from the mega-brewer’s new unit, Best Damn Brewing Co. The new beverage, a sweet ale aged on vanilla beans will weigh in at 5.5% alcohol by volume — that compares to 5% for traditional … Read More

Will self-serve beer render bartenders obsolete?

  A small but growing number of gastropubs and fast-casual restaurants are going self-serve, installing systems that enable drinkers to draw their own taps.  Learn more about servsafe alcohol and responsible alcohol classes at www.ServingAlcohol.com   Andrew KhouriContact Reporter Your next draft may be pulled not by a bartender — … Read More