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  • ABL Meeting In NOLA March 29-30

    BETHESDA, Md. — American Beverage Licensees is returning to New Orleans for its 2020 annual meeting, which is slated for March 29-30 at the Hilton New Orleans St. Charles Avenue.Read More
  • DISCUS Offers Health Coverage Program

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Distilled Spirits Council of the United States recently announced it will offer an association health plan to its members, extending affordable health care to craft...Read More
  • Expo Seeks Pizza, Burgers, Judges

    COLUMBUS — The Ohio Restaurant Association is encouraging pizza and burger chefs to register for a pair of competitions at the upcoming Mid-America Restaurant Expo.Read More
  • GLBC Expands To Maryland

    CLEVELAND — Great Lakes Brewing Co. here recently announced it is expanding its distribution to Maryland.Read More
  • Sazerac Opens Cocktail ‘Experience’

    NEW ORLEANS — The Sazerac Company this month opened the Sazerac House, an immersive experience exploring the history of New Orleans through its cocktails.Read More

Legally Speaking

  • Preparation Underway For Feb. 1 Permit Renewals

    For all liquor retail permit holders in the Central and Eastern portions of Ohio, midnight on Feb. 1 means it is time your 2019-2020 permit expires — this includes all...
  • Court Upholds Renewal Rejection For ‘Hindering’

    The Franklin County Court of Common Pleas recently issued a decision involving the rejected renewal of a permit.
  • Ohio’s Al-Bev Laws Don’t Take A Holiday

    For the 2019 holiday season, please appropriately plan your seasonal promotions as all state laws and regulations will remain in full force and effective throughout the season. Below are a...
  • Ohio Al-Bev Laws Promote Responsible Consumption

    Early Prohibition movements, such as the Women’s Christian Temperance Union, were primarily concerned with eliminating the social ills associated with drinking. Reducing the social costs of the misuse of alcohol,...
  • Price Control Central To Ohio’s 3-Tier System

    Three primary public policy goals are addressed by Ohio’s three-tiered regulatory system, which includes the regulation of alcoholic beverage manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers: a) the creation of an “orderly market”...
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