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The 2015 Beer Tax Bills: Insight and Coverage

I want to point you to excellent reporting by Chris Drosner (aka the Beer Baron) over at the Wisconsin State Journal on the potential impact of the two competing beer tax bills. Check out his article here. We covered the Beer Institute’s Fair BEER Act and the Brewers Association’s Small BREW Act last week here, […]

The Skinny on Red Bull vs. Old Ox Brewery: Understanding this Brewery Trademark Dispute

Here’s what Red Bull vs. Old Ox Brewery is and what it isn’t. If you read the Brewery Law Blog, you know I love craft beer trademarks more than the average Esquire. Same goes for craft cider trademarks, mead trademarks, the whole lot. Over the last year, I’ve appreciated seeing the public get fired up […]

Examining the Two Craft Beer Tax Bills: What Brewers Need to Know About the Fair BEER Act and the Small BREW Act

                      Edit: 2/15/2015 at 8:55pm PST. Thanks to journalist and Twitter comrade @WSJbeerbaron (Chris Drosner) who is working on a piece for The Beer Baron column relating to beer tax reform, he spotted a correction for the article. I had read language in the Fair BEER […]

New TTB Cider FAQ: TTB Clarifies Labeling and Other Regs for Cider Industry

There’s a new TTB Cider FAQ out. We’ve touched on Washington Cider Law in the past, but the feds play an important role in it too. Just today, TTB has provided helpful insight to the growing craft cider industry. Here’s a link to the new TTB Cider FAQ, with six bullet points from us below covering more notable […]

Lagunitas to Sierra Nevada: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

Edit 1/14/2015 at 2:06pm PST: Indeed, Lagunitas dismissed the lawsuit. Thanks to Twitter for breaking the news and the screen cap. As this fellow beer attorney points out and helpfully includes the filing, it’s dismissed in a way that Lagunitas could sue again, but I think we know what kind of uproar that would cause. That […]

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