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08/11/20

"All of a sudden, wineries, bars, and eateries are feeling the squeeze from indoor seating restrictions," says BoxPop's VP of Specialty Construction. "Custom shipping containers have gone from something 'nice to have' to 'need to have' for business owners who want to stay open and continue to profit through these abnormal times."

08/11/20

The three-year deal already saw the first series of the Colts Collection by Oliver Winery, a semi-sweet rosé and a dry red blend.

08/10/20

Whether they're now selling car insurance or driving for Lyft while building their real estate business, hospitality employees are dropping decades-long careers.

08/10/20

Hookup between Simon Property Group, Amazon would show how retail and logistics are converging more rapidly

08/10/20

It's rare that adolescent dreams turn into reality, but Marisa Sergi told Mahoning Matters that as she looked through her childhood mementos last month, she found reminders that winemaking was always her passion.

07/30/20

The Cleveland Browns and Mano's Wine announced a new partnership today that will provide Browns fans an opportunity to purchase commemorative Browns-themed wine bottles, which are available online now.

07/29/20

07/28/20

It's no secret that adults don't enjoy being told what to do, especially if they feel enforcement infringes on their personal space or choices.

07/28/20

The behavior that has been directed at our staff, and now our property, is unacceptable.

07/28/20

The ridge a few miles north of here holds 20 varieties of grapes, orchards filled with peach, apple, cherry, apricot and other fruit trees and one of the largest black current patches in the state.

07/27/20

The English sundew or Drosera anglica is a threatened plant in Wisconsin, where it was uncovered by trained volunteers, along with 59 never-before-seen populations of other plants, in the state.

07/27/20

The governor said it happened in Henry County on July 11, saying that at least 53 individuals have tested positive following that event.

07/27/20

Stressed out? You're not alone.

07/24/20

NTEA announced support for efforts from Rep. Chris Pappas (D-NH) encouraging temporary suspension of Federal Excise Tax (FET).

07/24/20

National Wine and Cheese Day is this Saturday so whether you're gathering at home, or venturing out for a picnic in the park, Wisconsin, the State of Cheese™ is sharing tips from experts to help you avoid the most common pairing blunders.

07/24/20

07/23/20

One major factor is the coronavirus and changing habits related to it. Beer that would have ended up in kegs at restaurants and bars has shifted, along with other kinds of alcohol, to being sold in retail stores and through online channels and consumed at home -- often in cans. The boom in pantry loading in the spring has compounded the problem by throwing brewer supply chains out of whack.

07/22/20

"The case in question is Lebamoff vs. Gretchen Whitmer, Governor of Michigan. Lebamoff Enterprises owns an Indiana wine shop called Cap n' Cork that wants to ship wine to customers in Michigan ... This is only one of several cases festering in the wake of the Tennessee ruling."

07/22/20

The move was driven by a shift by Australia wine producers to reduce their in-country bottling, a key structural change in the Australian wine market.

07/21/20

Bars, taverns, breweries and other establishments without a retail food license that serve alcohol for on-site consumption will be prohibited from serving their customers indoors.

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