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West Dundee created a new liquor license classification Monday earmarked for Cinemark Theaters, which is building a new eight-screen movie theater in Spring Hill Mall


Distilled spirits, like whiskey, bourbon, brandy and more, have become the rage in the adult beverage world of late.


New lawsuit in Illinois challenges the constitutionality of direct-shipping laws; plaintiffs hope to reach the Supreme Court


Recent legislation liberates wineries in Pennsylvania, New York and elsewhere


Badger Liquor Co. has agreed to lease 24,000 square feet for 10 years at Schlitz Park's RiverCenter Building


Republic National Distributing Co. of Indiana LLC plans to spend $7 million on a renovation of its south-side distribution complex-a project that is expected to expand its operations and create 30 jobs over the next five years.


The festival, to be held just south of the Southern Illinois Art & Artisans Center on Golf Course Road, will showcase 12 Illinois wineries


It was a fantastic object lesson in not just the misperceptions of less famous wine regions in the United States, but also in how, when experienced on their own merits, without the outside influence of geographical stereotypes to get in the way of the juice itself, wine from less-venerated places has the potential to surprise, charm, and ultimately win over otherwise skeptical consumers.


Berries are smaller, but quality looks very good


The grapes, and picking them at this time, were not impacted by Friday's storms, said Dave Poland, winemaker and co-owner of Hidden Hills


The grant provides "another shot in the arm" for the center that LMC is building at the corner of Yore and Empire avenues, President Emeritus/Acting CEO Bob Harrison said.


The beer tax will increase by 244 percent or nearly 5 cents per 12-ounce can under a proposal from Rep. Tom Hooker, R-Byron Center


With an eye toward refinement and continuous improvement of its award winning wines, Round Barn Winery announced today they hired Brian Carlson as their new Winemaker. Carlson comes to Round Barn from Walla Walla, Washington with a Fermentation Science Degree from the U.C. Davis and has worked for the past 25 years with wineries in California, Oregon and Washington.


Dry conditions continue to expand into the Finger Lakes region of New York, with almost 10% of the state now in extreme drought, according to the latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor.


A winery is opening in Over-the-Rhine this weekend.


Warm springs in the Great Lakes and Northeast regions - which create havoc for growers - may start earlier by mid-century if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced, according to a new Cornell University study published in Climate Dynamics.


The beer is in response to Ohio House Bill 37, a bill that went into effect in the state last week that removes the 12% ABV limit on beers made and sold in the Ohio. Surprisingly, it's also not the first time they've made it


A few miles north of Haysville lays a homestead with acres upon acres of corn and wheat straddling the lines of Dubois and Martin counties



Grapes offer an unlikely refuge for those trying to right their lives

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