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The TTB Modernizes? Shelton Brothers Push The F’ing Envelope

First of all, big thanks to my favorite beverage law blog – BevLog – for bringing this to my attention. It appears that the often fearless Daniel Shelton, of famed beverage importer Shelton Brothers, has decided that the “queen mother of dirty words” (thanks Ralph) no longer meets the definition of “obscene or indecent.” Because […]

Personalized Label Hassles? Don’t Fret, The TTB Has Loosened Restrictions

  At least one time in your life as a brewer, you will be asked to make a beer for a friend’s event. A wedding, a graduation, an anniversary – whatever. But, your friend will want you to make a custom label.   Under the old rules, a brewer was required to request a label […]

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