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BoozeLaw: Automated Service of Beer and Wine Available to Michigan Licensees

Fifty years in the future, historians will likely consider this decade (incidentally, there should be a more a creative moniker for this period than the "20-10s" or "10s") as the advent of true automation. Following...more

Boozelaw: TTB Adopts Changes Designed to Benefit Startup Brewers, Winemakers and Distillers

For certain brewers, wine makers and distillers, the gift-giving season did not necessarily end in December. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) recently announced it has adopted changes that may impact the tax...more

Michigan’s BYOB Wine Legislation Now In Effect

After considerable anticipation, House Bill 5046, one of three pieces of legislation regulating Michigan liquor licensees that was approved in late 2013, is scheduled to take effect the week of March 10, 2014....more

Growlers - Glass Or Bottle

In July 2013, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed Public Act 101 of 2013, which essentially provides certain existing liquor licenses in Michigan with the right to fill Growlers for sale to the ever increasing number of craft...more

9/11/2013  /  Food Labeling , Wine & Alcohol

Days Of Wine And Roses

Who's whining now? - Certainly not some of Michigan's 60 small vineyard owners, who are a step closer to being able to hand out samples and sell wine at local farmers markets....more

Liquor License Renewal 2013: Are You Ready?

All liquor licenses issued by the State of Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC), including all on premises, off premises, manufacturer, wholesaler, and importer licenses, are effective for periods of one year each, and...more

3/25/2013  /  Licenses , Liquor
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