Weekly Roundup | Good News for Cideries, Update from PA, and Pumpkin Keg How-To

I hope your last weekend of summer was delightful. This week marks the first week of Fall! We’ve collected a roundup of other exciting news, including legislation to help cideries, an update on privatization in PA, and instructions for making a pumpkin keg. Read something interesting I missed? Share it in the comments.


Wolf’s Plan Would Outsource State Liquor System to Private Manager | The Pennsylvania governor has come up with an idea that would move the state in a privatized direction. PennLive

TTB Newsletter | This newsletter includes a publication of a final rule concerning returned wine, announcements about recent enforcement action, and more! TTB 

CIDER Act Would Ease Taxation of the ‘Hard’ Stuff | U.S. House of Representative Chris Collins of New York introduced legislation to aid apple growers and cider makers. Lockport Journal


Impact on Craft Brewers If Global Giants Merge | What would the ABI/SABMiller merger mean? Brewers Association 

Webinar | Developments in Illinois Qui Tam Cases | Join us for a free webinar where we’ll dive into the current updates in Illinois. ShipCompliant

The California Wildfires | This article provides answers to some of the questions about the fires plaguing wineries in California. New York Times


The Cost-Benefit Analysis of Building Your Winery Email Subscriber List | This guest post from Ron Scharman of Chatterbox shows the numbers behind your email subscriber list. ShipCompliant

How Uber is Changing the Way Drunk People Take Wine Tours | Consumers are finding other options for exploring wineries safely. Munchies

Webinar Recording | Smart Beer Branding in 2015 and Beyond | What can the wine industry learn from the craft beer industry? ShipCompliant


New Harry Potter-Themed Bar Opens in Toronto | An excellent reason to visit Toronto. The Spirits Business

The Beer Hacks You Want and Need | This infographic has instructions to make your very own pumpkin keg. Huffington Post


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