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TTB Guidelines for Advertising Alcoholic Beverages on Social Media

Social media has become one of the most powerful marketing tools for businesses, including alcoholic beverage industry members (e.g., brewers, distillers, wholesalers). In light of the prominence of social media advertising,...more

New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead – Part 2: Wineries...

In addition to creating the Cidery and meadery license (see Part 1 for a discussion of the privileges of that license), the recent amendments to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act (“Act”) amended the definition of “wine” in...more

New Jersey Amends the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act to Address the Manufacture and Sale of Hard Cider and Mead – Part 1: The...

In recent years, a handful of companies have been manufacturing and selling cider and mead in New Jersey under a temporary authorization permit (“TAP”) issued under the NJ ABC Commissioner’s general powers. Those companies...more

TTB Releases Results of Annual Sampling Program: Many Common Label Violations Can Easily Be Avoided

Each year the TTB conducts its Alcohol Beverage Sampling Program where it randomly purchases products to assess whether their labels comply with federal regulations and to test whether their contents comply with the...more

4/21/2017  /  Advertising , COLA , Labeling , TTB , Wine & Alcohol

Brand Registration and COLAs for New Jersey (only) Sales

TTB label approval is generally required only when an alcoholic beverage is going to cross state lines (see 27 C.F.R. §7.20). Meanwhile, the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) requires that all brands...more

TTB Releases 2017 Semi-Monthly & Quarterly Excise Tax Return Due Dates

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has released its 2017 due dates for semi-monthly and quarterly excise tax returns. Be sure to file on time. The failure to file on time can result in a penalty of 5% of the...more

Pairing Dinners by New Jersey BYOBs: Did I inadvertently sell alcohol?

Many unlicensed restaurants (BYOBs) promote what are sometimes referred to as “Pairing Dinners,” where the restaurant prepares a dining menu that is complemented by wine, beer, or spirits with each course. These can be great...more

(TAP)ping into the NJ Craft Brewery Market

One of the most challenging circumstances our clients face is having spent hundreds of thousands of dollars finding a suitable building for brewing and fitting out their new space, and the start of operating costs, meanwhile...more

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