Alcohol Taxes Could Be Going Up

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State lawmakers across the country are considering tax hike legislation on wine, beer and spirits in order to help alleviate daunting budget deficits. Read the full story at Wall Street Journal.

New Michigan Wine Shipping Ban Hurting Retailers

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Michigan's latest attempt to respond to adverse court rulings-in this case a new law making it illegal for retailers to ship wine to anyone in the state-is making business difficult for many beverage alcohol retailers. Read the full story at Crain's Detroit Business.

Moderate Alcohol Consumption May Aid Seniors: New Study

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A new UCLA study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, suggests that healthy seniors may benefit from light to moderate consumption of beverage alcohol, by lessening the odds of their developing a variety of physical problems. Read the full story at UCLA Newsroom.

Texas A-B Distributors Buy Glazer’s Specialty Beer Business

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Seven Texas Anheuser-Busch distributors have a deal in the hopper to purchase over 50 specialty import and craft beer brand rights from big wine and spirits house Glazer's Read the full story in Beer Business...

New VinLiner helps wines stay healthy during shipment

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London, 06 January 2009 - The New Zealand wine industry is at the forefront in minimising the environmental impact of producing and transporting its wines and from January 1st 2009 JF Hillebrand has added the exclusive VinLiner...

Control state October sales results

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Control State Nine-liter case spirits volume during October grew at 9.9%, according to the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association. Growth rates closer to trend, those associated with rolling-twelve monthsand year-to-date volumes, are reported to be...

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