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Republican leaders in the Indiana Statehouse have reached agreement on a measure targeting a convenience store owner who used a legal loophole to circumvent the state's stringent law governing who can sell cold beer.


Alcohold lobby directs bieg contributions to key legislators.


We commend JobsOhio Beverage System and the Ohio Department of Liquor Control for recognizing the problem, establishing an open line of communication and, ultimately, rectifying the situation by providing reconciliation payments to suppliers."


Indiana wine sales have steadily increased by 15 percent each year to create an industry that produces more than 1 million gallons of wine, and contributes more than $72 million to the state's economy, according to the Purdue Wine Grape Team, which helps support Indiana's wineries and vineyards. The state currently has 92 wineries, up from 34 in 2007.


Purdue University's Wine Grape Team says Indiana's wine industry continues to grow. The team says sales have increased by 15 percent year-over-year, with the industry contributing more than $72 million to the state's economy.


Wild Blossom Meadery and Winery has produced the ancient alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey since 2001. The first round of tastings at the new production facility is sold out.


The owners of Revel OTR, located at 111 E. 12th St., revealed the grand opening date for their boutique wine bar via social media on Tuesday.


Rich and Leslie Frank, owners of Frank Family Vineyards in the Napa Valley, are pleased to announce that Megan deZendegui will join the winery as Midwestern regional sales manager. deZendegui is based in Illinois, and will manage sales and distribution for Frank Family Vineyards in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky.


Dylan Walker has joined the sales team at Hedges Family Estate in Washington State to support North American sales initiatives, the winery announced today.


You live in the middle of wine country. Your neighbors always drink wine with their evening meal. Your boss orders a bottle of wine when entertaining clients at dinner. Your brother-in-law has a temperature-controlled refrigerator in his "man cave." And you have never lifted a wineglass to your lips. Why? You are worried about looking stupid, unsophisticated ... You are actually scared to death.


Read the wine and drink list, plus the dinner menu.


Wine grape growers now have access to Michigan State University (MSU) research in the form of short, informative videos.


The family behind the famous St. Julian Winery in Paw Paw is taking up an important cause, suicide prevention. It's a cause they say sadly, hits close to home.


Wines of Michigan made a pit stop in San Francisco after pouring for the Alsace Festival in Mendocino Country. Eight wineries were represented along with a handful of producers. This tasting focused on Riesling, wine producers there have long known how to produce well; and Pinot Noir, a grape I believe is giving them more of a challenge.


Ohio replaced a 40-year-old computer system for tracking liquor sales and distribution two years ago at a cost of $21 million, with the promise that the system for running the state-controlled liquor business would be more accurate and reliable


The Joliet Zoning Board of Appeals approved a variance on Thursday allowing a zero setback for the building, which would be rebuilt in the same proximity to Bridge Street as the old brewer


Older teens, or as some call them, young adults may soon have the chance to have more drink options at a restaurant, but only with parental supervision and consent


Amazon Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced today its Prime Now one and two-hour delivery service adds wine and beer to its product offerings available for superfast delivery in Cincinnati and Columbus.


Once the weather warms to consistent low temperatures in the 40s or higher, the buds are expected to bloom. From there, wineries will be able to better spot and survey damage from the cold.


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