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01/22/21

Dr. Laszlo Kovacs is a geneticist and biology professor at Missouri State University interested in the agricultural industry.

01/22/21

The Hot Springs-based band will be performing a rare live show in these days of the coronavirus, says Moonshine Mafia lead singer Anna Brazeal, who said the band had only performed four times in 2020.

01/21/21

While many businesses have suffered, a local natural wine shop that opened during the pandemic is seeing success while receiving national recognition.

01/20/21

The impacts from liberalizing the state's alcohol laws five years ago with the addition of major liquor store chains and beer sales in grocery stores are still being felt

01/20/21

The bill would allow delivery of alcoholic beverages to residents in wet counties who are at least 21 years old. The deliveries also must be completed during legal operating hours and are not allowed outside the county where the store is located.

01/15/21

When Jill Mott returned home to Minneapolis after she received her sommelier certificate in Chicago in 2011, she wanted to change the city's wine scene. She felt that, outside of Chicago, the Midwestern market for low-intervention wines lagged behind places like New York City and Los Angeles.

01/15/21

Many wine conferences and educational programs have switched to virtual schedules. Online sessions aren't the same as being there in person, but there are advantages: Conference organizers have the option to include presenters based on their knowledge of the topic, not how much it would cost to bring them to a specific location. From enology, to viticulture, wine marketing and business, there are a wide variety of virtual programs anyone in the industry can attend. Check out this extensive, up-to-date conference roundup.

01/14/21

Last week, the liquor store again took the supermarket, the city of Aspen and the Local Licensing Authorities to court, as well as the Colorado Department of Revenue and its liquor enforcement division. The complaint challenges the legitimacy of the grocer's license to sell beer.

01/14/21

Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has partnered with Molson Coors to create a non-alcoholic energy drink called Zoa, which is expected to go on sale in March. Taking 18 months to ...

01/11/21

The State of Montana must pay Lolo Liquor at least $5 million after it passed a bill that violated the terms of the store's franchise agreement.

01/08/21

"Tim has been a proven leader over the course of his 14-year career at Southern Glazer's and has been extremely successful in his leadership of Kansas," said Scott Westerman. "I am confident that he will only continue to build upon our success in the state of Iowa."

01/07/21

The patented glass packaging of the glam Wander + Ivy lineup set the single-serve wines apart, but the real difference is inside. Wander + Ivy partners with sustainable wine producers who use certified-organic grapes, providing a 6.3-ounce serving (one-fourth of a traditional wine bottle) that is perfect to sip with friends who may prefer different wine varietals or to pair with a meal without the worry of an entire bottle going to waste.

01/06/21

Washington native David Hoffmann, owner of Florida-based Hoffmann Family of Companies, announced Monday he had acquired several wineries in the Augusta area with plans to create a 700-acre winery and vineyard destination to rival California's Napa Valley.

01/04/21

Calling the last 14 months difficult for the local wine industry would be an understatement.

01/04/21

Late on December 30, Governor Jared Polis announced on social media that on Monday, January 4, all of the state's counties currently at Level Red on the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment COVID dashboard dial will move to Level Orange.

12/22/20

Bad luck merges with the pandemic to cork the state's wine production, but past years' surplus provides solace

12/17/20

Budweiser is making man's best friend the face of its new holiday beer by superimposing dogs' likenesses onto pictures of their colorful seasonal cans.

12/15/20

Join one of Denver-based artist Elysia Myers' virtual wine painting classes-or gift a print to a vino-loving friend.

12/10/20

Yoerg Brewing opened in an 1880s-era building on St. Paul's Maria Avenue two years ago, borrowing its name from a brewing company that began filling kegs 10 years before statehood but closed in 1952.

12/10/20

Get more from your staycation this season by discovering new-to-you wineries or visiting your go-to vineyards and earning rewards that translate into exclusive experiences

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