Weekly Roundup | Kombucha Regulation, Take Your Winery Mobile How-To, and Do’s and Don’ts of the DtC Industry

Happy Monday! With the holidays around the corner, the to-do lists are growing. To make things a little easier on you, we’ve compiled our weekly roundup of industry news to know. This week we have an overview of kombucha regulation, guidelines to take your winery mobile, and do’s and don’ts for the direct-to-consumer industry. I hope you find it helpful. Have a great week, and let me know if I missed something!


Kombucha Law Webinar | Robert Lehrman participated in a webinar to provide some in-depth information on this increasingly popular beverage. Lehrman Beverage Law

Renew South Dakota Labels Now, Enjoy New Year’s Later | South Dakota requires annual wholesale label renewals to be completed by December 31st, but since you’ll be celebrating the New Year at that point, there’s no reason not to knock it out now. ShipCompliant

TTB Newsletter | This week, the TTB’s newsletter features an announcement about a recent Offer in Compromise (OIC), an important tip of TTB forms, and more! TTB 


Guest Post | Going Mobile with Your Winery | Success in the digital space comes from being where consumers are. More than ever before, those consumers are on-the-go, phone in-hand, instead of sitting behind a computer screen. ShipCompliant

Oregon Wine Industry Reports ‘Exceptional’ Harvest |  The ‘nearly ideal growing season’ provided Oregon with an especially fruitful harvest. GoLocalPDX

Craft Brewers Contribute Millions to Local Causes | Breweries across the U.S., per barrel and total dollar value, contribute an estimated $71 million. That’s right. Million. Brewers Association



Do’s and Don’ts for DtC | Check out this collection of practical tips to help you increase your wine sales. Wines & Vines

Big Beer’s 5-Point Plan to Crush the Craft Beer Revolution | This post provides a look at some of the tactics Big Beer could use to keep its brands on top. Money

How Millennials are Changing Wine | Millennials value the story and personal connection with wine, more than rankings from a magazine. Wall Street Journal


These Craft Beers for Christmas Hit the Shelves | It’s that time of year again: Mistletoe, lights, and even more festive craft beer. Fortune

How Breweries like Coors, Yuengling, and Anheuser-Busch Survived Prohibition | Few breweries survived this 13-year ban on alcoholic beverages. Learn how these famous breweries did. Forbes

Thanksgiving Wine Guide | Whether you tend toward reds, whites, or bubbly, there’s something here for everyone and everything — even dessert! Better Homes and Gardens

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