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Inflating Your Products’ Online Reviews Could Subject You to Suits For False Advertising and Unfair Competition

A good lesson in considering the method by which you garner online reviews and some valuable guidance for companies in conducting their online activities.

This decision from a federal court in Utah in a… 662 more words


Review: PuB NiGHT at Steamworks

A lot of you guys came to PuB NiGHT at Steamworks yesterday and it was amazing to share our stories from the Rockies trip. So thank you all for coming! 160 more words


North Carolina Proposes Some Common-Sense Amendments to Modernize Its Brewing Laws That Advance Rights for Craft Brewers In the Face of Changing Times

Jim Koch (of Boston Beer fame) wrote an excellent polemic for the New York Times last week questioning some American attitudes towards beer.  A salient point from that article was that many state distribution laws developed over time from the end of prohibition and haven’t been updated since the 1970’s.   638 more words


Sky-Garden of the B-Town @ Verbena

Place : Verbena BrewPub & Skygarden

Location – Kamala Mills , Lower Parel

4th April 2017

How intriguing is it to know that there is a… 623 more words

Drinks & Nightlife

Vapour Comes to Golf Course Road

Having tried Vapour at the Sector 29 market, at the relatively new Hauz Khas Village, and now at the Global Foyer Mall, I think it’s safe to say that it is one of my favourite breweries. 318 more words

An Unsatisfied Palate

Anheuser Wins Again Pursuing Claims Against Ex-Employee Associated With Alcohol Content False Advertising Suits

In case you don’t remember, back in 2013 we shed some light on a series of class action lawsuits that were filed against Anheuser (AB InBev) alleging that water was added to beer… 529 more words


Craft Brewers Need to Watch This Texas Dispute Over Getting Money From Wholesalers For Selling Distribution Rights - State Files Opening Brief in Appeal of Challenge to Texas Brewer’s Ability to Sell Their Distribution Rights for Payment

It used to be that brewers signed with wholesalers and gave up their self-distribution rights and didn’t get any money for them.  Then some enterprising brewers realized that wholesalers sue each other and brewers for the value of those rights so the rights must have value.   2,350 more words