Posted on | August 14, 2012 | No Comments
Looking for more beverage law across the web? Me too. The ABA 100 Blawg Amici is up for votes right now, and I can assure you that you are likely to see a glaring omission from the representatives in beverage law. Here are a few of my favorites though, if you are looking to add to your Google Reader list:
Fermentation: The Daily Wine Blog
Tom Warks runs Fermentation: The Daily Wine Blog, a blog typically discussing the public relations within the wine world. Tom regularly focuses on legal issues facing the wine industry and so he put together a list of some of the best alcoholic beverage law blogs out there. Included was a humble yours truly, amongst a wonderful crowd of legal minds.
Check out his list of legal blogs by following this link. There are an abundance of blogs for just about every taste in the alcoholic beverages law spectrum.
Alcoholic Beverages Law Blog
The blog is written by a collective of attorney out of the firms offices in Washington, Oregon and California. Seattle attorney, Susan Johnson, offers her own perspective from time to time, including a bevy of discussion on the liquor Initiatives (1100 & 1105) that hit the ballots in Washington over the past two years..
Probably the first blog I ever started reading. BevLog is a collection of commentary on label submissions from around the country, as well as the TTB regulations that you and I both know very well. Written by Robert Lehrman and his team at Lehrman Beverage Law in Virginia, it has become my personal favorite.
Booze Rules Blog
Hinman & Carmichael are a staple in alcoholic beverage law. This California firm represents some serious clients and has excellent commentary on new laws, and old. The firm’s Booze Rules Blog is relatively new, but I hope that the postings pick up.