Beer Distribution Law as Compared to Traditional Franchise Law

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Beer distribution laws differ from traditional franchise laws in many ways, but they do share some commonalities. As a matter of fact, many states now regulate the relationship between those who brew or import beer into a particular state, known as brewers, and those who receive beer, warehouse beer and distribute beer to retailers, known as distributors, by way of special relationship statutes that have been patterned after, and closely resemble, the relationship statutes many states have passed to protect franchisees in traditional franchise relationships.

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