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01/08/15

Local restaurants are boldly going to new frontiers with their wine lists.

01/08/15

The latest state audit of on- and off-site municipal liquor establishments operated by 205 cities reports a record $333 million in sales- up 1 percent over the previous year. It shows $27 million in profits, down $500,000, or nearly 2 percent

01/06/15

The latest challenge comes from national superstore Total Wine & More, which entered the Twin Cities last year and now has four outlets, with plans for more.

01/05/15

An introductory winemaking class at Chaffee Crossing in Fort Smith is part of a new course expansion for Arkansas Tech University-Ozark that aims to build a workforce for Arkansas' wine country and encourage knowledge of native varietals

01/02/15

Adam Puchta Winery in Hermann held its fourth annual Doe Camp recently and raised $10,250 for the Hermann Area Crusade Against Cancer and the Just Call Me Ray foundation

01/02/15

Their goal is to produce artisan, handcrafted wines from Kansas grapes, honey and fruits. Free wine tastings are available on Saturdays and Sundays at the winery.

01/02/15

At a minimum, this should be decided by local governments. It may make sense for a border city to allow its liquor stores to compete with other states, but that should not require all stores to open.

12/29/14

On Tuesday's Up to Date, master sommelier Doug Frost, of Kansas City, Mo., will talk about one of his favorite subjects - local and regional wines.

12/29/14

A sharp increase in wine and liquor sales in Wyoming this year compared to 2013 is largely attributable to Wyoming's healthy economy, according to Wyoming Department of Revenue Liquor Division Administrator Greg Cook

12/29/14

Minneapolis - Minnesota's municipal liquor stores' profits stalled and contributions to city coffers dropped considerably last year as several nonmetro operations foundered, according to a Minnesota State Auditor's report released Tuesday.

12/19/14

Nebraska and Oklahoma challenged neighboring Colorado's recreational marijuana laws in the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday amid complaints its pot was seeping across their borders, and Colorado vowed to defend its laws. Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said he joined Oklahoma in filing the action against Colorado, where voters chose to legalize

12/19/14

Kansas native David Dillon, the recently retired CEO of Dillons parent company Kroger Co., will serve as chairman of Uncork Kansas, the Cincinnati Business Courier reports.

12/12/14

Richard Hilske and his family started their winery, Cellar 426, in Ashland a couple of years ago with one thing in mind: grow their own grapes to make homegrown wine in the Cornhusker State.

12/12/14

Would-be wine makers at Waters Edge Winery can put a bottle into the filling machine and watch as it fills with their favorite white, red or fruit wine. They also can affix their own, custom-designed label on each bottle and cork it by hand at the Oklahoma City winery in Automobile Alley.

12/12/14

an put a bottle into the filling machine and watch as it fills with their favorite white, red or fruit wine. They also can affix their own, custom-designed label

12/11/14

patented process for making beer in a liquid concentrate form

12/10/14

It's pledging to provide downstream states every gallon they're legally entitled to, but not a drop more

12/10/14

Montana's beer and wine distributors are major contributors to the economy, with impacts throughout the state and across industry sectors, reports the Bureau of Business and Economic Research

12/08/14

another twist on the Christmas spirit, or spirits

12/08/14

Two Rivers Winery owner Bob Witham says that the weekend was a surprise from the spring tasting event where most of the drinkers were from out of town

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