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10/19/15

"What we're finding out is that, basically, as brewers continue to expand in Ohio, as they continue to make more product, and basically continue to grow and create jobs and help our economy, that Ohio breweries are at a competitive disadvantage particularly if they want to go out of state," Ramos said.

10/12/15

Bonobo's guests have swapped the frenetic wine tour of old for this leisurely lounge experience

10/08/15

Numbers from the Michigan Grape and Wine Industry Council indicate he's not alone: Statewide, wine vineyards last year lost 50% of their crops, totaling about $3.5 million

10/07/15

10/07/15

The region's 2015 crop was hit with a triple whammy, starting with a long, cold winter, followed by a late spring frost and capped by hail damage in August, according to industry officials.

10/06/15

Three months after its opening, Fibonacci Brewing Company is ready to start selling wine - and to add another acre to its Mount Healthy property.

10/06/15

Three months after its opening, Fibonacci Brewing Company is ready to start selling wine - and to add another acre to its Mount Healthy property.

10/05/15

All 80 Indiana wineries offer something a bit different. Sometimes that's good different and sometimes not. Many have a niche in the Indiana wine industry

10/05/15

Currently under state law, all wineries must stop selling wine at 9 p.m., but if the bill passes, their closing time would be pushed back to midnight

10/01/15

State law prohibits alcohol wholesalers from supplying both beer and liquor, forcing them to choose between the two. Monarch's suit argued Indiana's restrictive alcohol laws violate parts of the U.S. Constitution

09/30/15

Fans of Cherry Creek Winery's Dancing Elephants Hard Cider will have reason to celebrate, as the drink will now be served in a can

09/30/15

"In the long run, the potential of being able to grow more grapes because we now have solved our main issue . that adds employment here," said Oliver. "I'm just excited to be using Monroe County grapes, and this is a testament to our commitment to it. It's a lot easier to buy fruit from West Coast vendors, but we're bound and determined to make this work in a significant way in terms of quantity and quality. Plus, it's fun."

09/28/15

A bill legalizing wine and beer walks in Wisconsin is headed to Gov. Walker's desk after the state Assembly approved the bill with bipartisan support on the first day of the fall session Thursday.

09/25/15

When the State of Illinois pulled the plug on the Southern Illinois Art and Artisans Museum at Rend Lake, a trio of volunteers made sure the Illinois Wine & Art Festival would take place as it had for years.

09/22/15

Upcoming wine events, pairings and tastings. Always check for availability, as events can fill up

09/22/15

Enon's Brandeberry Winery will host its sixth-annual Dogtoberfest on Saturday, October 10

09/22/15

Harvest season begins at the end of August and lasts until the first or second week of October.

09/21/15

Time to look merrily beyond that glass of Ohio wine in your hand. While you're sipping, you could be getting a massage. Or plotting a tour of magnificent covered bridges. Or eating a meal of locally sourced food

09/18/15

Seven operators were charged with sales tax evasion of more than $100,000, a Class 1 felony punishable by up to four to 15 years in prison. Yasir Kanan and Dipakkumar Patel were charged with sales tax evasion of more than $10,000, a Class 2 felony punishable by up to three to seven years in prison, according to the statement

09/16/15

liquor contracts cannot be bought and sold. However, they are sold by clandestine methods, making a mockery of the entire system and its rules

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