In this week’s Legislative Update: Delaware increases the state tax on alcohol; North Carolina approves the so-called ‘Brunch Bill’; 48 breweries oppose Clean Water Rule changes; and more.
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215 Southside Dr
Charlotte, NC 28217 United States
- Brewed Locally, Served Fresh On Tap Now: Copper Captain Jack Pilsner Southside Weiss Mecktoberfest Fat Boy Baltic Porter Dunkel
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In this week’s edition of Last Call: North Carolina brewers claim Anheuser-Busch receives favoritism from the state’s wholesalers; Fiddlehead opens a new production facility; the Brewers Association announces committee assignments; and more.
As expected, two North Carolina breweries have filed a constitutional challenge to a state law that requires breweries producing more than 25,000 barrels annually to contract with a wholesaler.
In this week’s Last Call, the FDA moves to delay menu-labeling regulations; a look at the aftermath of Maryland brewers’ reform efforts; North Carolina’s self-distribution fight continues; and more.
In this week’s, Legislative Update: Texas lawmakers consider bill that could force big breweries to close taprooms; North Carolina fails to increase cap for self-distribution; and much more.
Legislative Update: Maryland Brewers Association Teams Up with Diageo; Minnesota Lawmakers Pass Sunday Sales Bill; Mississippi Direct Taproom Sales Governor’s Signature Away From Law; Montana Bill Attempts to Raise Production Cap to 60,000 Barrels; North Carolina Brewers Attempt to Raise Cap, Run into Wholesaler Opposition.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Olde Mecklenburg Brewery embarks on a multi-million dollar expansion and launches an ad campaign; Stone Brewing taps its first Richmond-brewed beer; Appalachian Mountain Brewery updates shareholders and the Beer Institute reports import volumes through May.
Olde Mecklenburg to Pull Distribution from “Triad”; Yards Brewing Searching for More Space; Asheville Citizen Times Examines Rumored New Belgium Sale; Sale of London’s Camden Town Brewery Questioned; Original Gravity Brewing Sues Final Gravity Brewing
Inc. Magazine’s annual ranking of the top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. is out and, not surprisingly, several craft breweries made the cut. Nine craft breweries appeared on this year’s list, which is ranked according to percentage revenue growth over a four-year period.
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