US Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Tennessee Residency Requirement Dispute

A century after the ratification of Prohibition, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could have wide-ranging effects on the three-tier system. On Wednesday, the court heard arguments in Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association vs. Blair. At issue in the case is the constitutionality of the state of Tennessee’s two-year residency requirement for obtaining a liquor license. Additionally, the state requires a decade of residency for the renewal of liquor licenses, which expire after one year.

MillerCoors Names New CMO

After a six-month search, MillerCoors has identified its next chief marketing officer. The company today announced that Michelle St. Jacques, who currently serves as the global head of brands and capabilities at The Kraft Heinz Company, would take over as CMO on February 4.

Updated Brewery List for WakeFest 2019, Limited Tickets Available

(Miami, FL) — J. Wakefield Brewing has released an updated list of brewers, food and apparel vendors that are participating… read post

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Portland Brewing and The Unipiper Collaborate On Unipiper Hazy IPA

Portland Brewing and Portland’s beloved celebrity, The Unipiper, announced today the upcoming release of a new collaborative beer, Unipiper Hazy IPA. Through its beer sales, Portland Brewing will raise support for The Unipiper’s newest initiative, Weird Portland United (WPU), ushering in a whole new chapter of Portland weirdness.

Hopewell Brewing Launches ‘Lil Buddy’ 8 oz Cans

(Chicago, IL) – Chicago’s Hopewell Brewing Co. just launched Lil Buddy, a super mellow little lager with 4.7% ABV that… read post

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Flying Fish Brewing Company to Release Irish Potato Candy Stout

Flying Fish Brewing Company, 10-time medal winners at the Great American Beer Festival and the Garden State’s largest craft brewery, is bringing the flavors of a traditional Philadelphia confection to a can in time for St. Patrick’s Day with Irish Potato Candy Stout.