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Capital Headlines

  • Kentucky Distiller Sues Over Trademark

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Heaven Hill Distillery has sued Bob Dylan’s whiskey company for trademark infringement involving its logo.Read More
  • Chimay Issues Voluntary Recall

    AUSTIN, Texas (PRNewswire) — Belgian brewer Bieres de Chimay and its U.S. importer, Manneken Brussel Imports of Austin, Texas, have issued a voluntary recall of approximately 415 cases of Chimay...Read More
  • Ohio Breweries Headed To CANvitational

    INDIANAPOLIS — The sixth annual Sun King CANvitational is returning to downtown Indianapolis on Sept. 8. Touted as the Midwest’s largest canned craft beer festival, this year’s CANvitational will feature...Read More
  • Rest Of Barton Warehouse Collapses

    BARDSTOWN, Ky. — The rest of Warehouse 30 at Barton 1792 Distillery collapsed earlier this month, a little over a week after the first half of the same warehouse collapsed...Read More
  • Craft Brewers’ App Offers New Rewards

    COLUMBUS — The Ohio Craft Brewers Association is rolling out a new set of rewards for users of its Ohio On Tap mobile brewery finder and passport app.Read More

Legally Speaking

  • Appeals Court Reverses Liquor Commission Order

    The Franklin County Court of Appeals rendered a decision on Aug. 30 which liquor permit holders and applicants should take interest.
  • Al-Bev Sampling Requires Special Permits

    The Ohio Revised Code prohibits all permit holders from giving away any alcoholic beverages in connection with the permit holder’s business. This includes “donations” even if the donation is to...
  • Make Sure Taxes Are Paid Before Oct. 1 Permit Renewal

    For all liquor retail permit holders in the northeastern part of Ohio, and all manufacturers and distributors, midnight on Oct. 1 means it is time your 2017-2018 permit expires. Too...
  • Conviction Is Evidence At Commission Hearing

    The Franklin County Court of Appeals rendered a decision on July 19 which liquor permit holders and applicants should take interest. The decision by the Tenth District Court of Appeals...
  • Courts Continue To Rule On Three-Tier System

    The United States Supreme Court ruled in Granholm v. Heald in 2005 that “(s)tate policies are protected under the 21st Amendment when they treat liquor produced out of state the...

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