A new long-term project is expected to boost the local Kentucky whiskey economy. Pernod Ricard plans to construct a new distillery for bourbon brand Jefferson’s in central Kentucky – just a 30-minute drive from nearby Bardstown, KY, a popular site for whiskey distilling.
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The beer industry once dominated the United States beverage market. But sales are declining as the market becomes flooded with new drinks like premium liquor, canned wine, spiked seltzers, and pre-made bottled cocktails.
NEWS EDITION: Proposition 125, allowing Colorado grocery stores to sell wine, remains too close to call
The fate of Proposition 125, which would allow Colorado grocery stores to sell wine, remains undecided as counties continue to process their final ballots from last week’s midterm election.
As of Monday evening, the contest stands at 50.41 percent in favor to 49.59 percent against.
NEWS EDITION: Gov. Wolf Announces $1.78 Million In Grants For Producing, Promoting Pennsylvania Beers And Wines
Governor Tom Wolf today announced the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board approved grants totaling $1,788,924 for 21 projects to increase the production of Pennsylvania-made malt and brewed beverages and enhance the Pennsylvania beer industry…
This November, Coloradans will vote on three amendments and eight propositions – including three that independent liquor stores are watching closely. Propositions 124, 125, and 126, if passed, could bring big changes to Colorado’s alcohol sales industry.