Don’t miss your opportunity to interact with representatives from across the beer industry at its premier gathering – the NBWA Annual Convention and Trade Show. Learn more about the issues effecting beer distributors and the industry, and demo new technologies and sample new products during the Trade Show. Twenty-three insightful education seminars taught by the […]
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Local Independent Businesses Reflect on Tradition, Jobs Provided in Communities
A new menu labeling law that requires restaurant chains to post calories could extend to convenience stores, movie theaters and alcoholic beverages, if public comments are allowed to affect the law.
Transportation Committee leaders today rolled out a new six-year transportation reauthorization proposal that streamlines and reforms federal programs, expedites the project approval process, maximizes leveraging of limited resources, provides flexibility for states, and ensures long-term funding stability for job-creating transportation programs.
Maryland Off-Premise Retailer Chuck Ferrar Becomes 5th ABL President
On June 14, 2011, twenty-four small businesses were recognized as a Brown-Forman Retailer of the Year at the American Beverage Licensees annual convention.
Successful Gathering in Milwaukee Focuses on Industry History and Future
In a year when millions of Americans are out of work and businesses everywhere struggle to remain viable, it is simply counterintuitive for Congress to pave the way for higher costs to consumers and retailers.
Beverage licensees secure major victory for debit card swipe fee fairness
Today, the Beer Institute commended the introduction of S.1111, legislation that would protect American jobs and strengthen local economies by rolling back the federal excise tax on beer to its pre-1991 level of $9 per barrel.