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04/11/18

Alexis Bailly, Next Chapter sue over rules on using Minnesota grapes

04/09/18

A bill making its way through the Kansas legislature could redefine what a day is; at least, when it comes to alcohol. Right now, in the state of Kansas, you can only order alcohol between 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.

04/06/18

The future home of "Velvet Freeze Daiquiris" next to Smaxx on 18th and Vine is a work in progress

04/04/18

amid concerns the move could cost the state millions in lost federal aid

03/26/18

If a bill proposed by Louisiana State Senator Eric LaFleur passes, the days of young adults relying on fake IDs or a willing older friend to get their booze could be behind us.

03/21/18

Cold Climate Grape Conference features tastings and sessions on Itasca, Crimson Pearl

03/20/18

Belgrade has finally separated from Bozeman when it comes to the distribution of liquor licenses. The Belgrade Chamber of Commerce saw this as a great opportunity for a restaurant downtown or one that will go to the Yellowstone Plaza.

03/14/18

A Certified Specialist of Wine, Tim's varied experience within the wine industry has ranged from managing regions, to building successful incentive programs and executing effective distributor brand launches.

03/08/18

02/27/18

Brody Nordland and Chelsea Kaeding, who have backgrounds in hotel development and are lovers and collectors of wine, plan to open Firehouse Wine Bar (1 S. Leech St.; St. Paul) in the historic structure on Leech Street and Grand Avenue

02/27/18

James E. Schoelz, virologist with the University of Missouri Division of Plant Sciences, will share the results of a 2017 survey of viruses in Missouri vineyards at the Show Me Grape and Wine Conference and Symposium, March 7 to 9 in Columbia.

02/27/18

James E. Schoelz, virologist with the University of Missouri Division of Plant Sciences, will share the results of a 2017 survey of viruses in Missouri vineyards at the Show Me Grape and Wine Conference and Symposium, March 7 to 9 in Columbia.

02/26/18

As craft beer continues to grow in Nebraska, the state's winemakers have been looking for ways to keep people interested in their reds, whites and blushes

02/26/18

The owner of Spirit World Laurie Hellbusch can recognize fine wine and cheesy purchase orders. She said, "Some of them are up to $300 a bottle and they're asking for full cases of them."

02/22/18

The effort to allow Tennesseans to buy wine and liquor on Sundays has passed its first committee. The House State Government Subcommittee approved the measure Wednesday with a unanimous voice vote.

02/14/18

Colorado has a long-standing love affair with craft beer and microbreweries. But only liquor stores can carry craft and full-strength beer. That will all change come January 1, 2019, when Senate Bill 197 goes into effect.

02/08/18

There was plenty of green to go around among Aspen's marijuana dispensaries in 2017, and more than enough to top liquor stores in revenue, as well.

02/08/18

State lawmakers say a bill written in the fast-paced special legislative session in November to help patch the state budget shortfall has errors and needs fixing

02/07/18

The charges, dropped by St. Louis prosecutors Friday against Marc Lazar, 41, and his wife, Katherine Lazar, 37, alleged their business Domaine Storage, would routinely email offers to sell wine to Missouri residents without a license

02/07/18

The charges, dropped by St. Louis prosecutors Friday against Marc Lazar, 41, and his wife Katherine Lazar, 37, alleged their business Domaine Storage, would routinely email offers to sell wine to Missouri residents without a license. Founded more than a decade ago, the company stores more than 1.8 million bottles of wine in five U.S. warehouses in Chicago, New Jersey, Washington, Napa Valley and at 3300 Samuel Shepard Drive in Grand Center.

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