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DABC audit knocks management for lack of retail experience

SALT LAKE CITY — A new state audit said the people who oversee Utah’s liquor control authority could use some more retail experience.

The audit, released Tuesday, said management at the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control has “limited business experience,” having gained most of their experience working their way up through the agency. 570 more words

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Manitoba legalizes in-store wine- and beer-making

WINNIPEG – Businesses that sell home wine- and beer-making supplies can now apply to offer in-store brewing.

The change comes as Manitoba has overhauled its liquor laws under a new Liquor and Gaming Control Act that came into effect in April 2014. 196 more words

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Ontario will hike beer tax, sell majority of Hydro One to fund infrastructure

WATCH ABOVE: Premier Wynne says there are improvements that can be made in Hydro One

TORONTO – Ontario’s “biggest shakeup” to liquor laws since it repealed prohibition in 1927 includes a new tax on beer and allowing it to be sold in hundreds of grocery stores, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday. 720 more words

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Wis. Gov. Signs Bill Allowing For Liquor Sampling At Stores

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Samples of hard alcohol will soon be offered at liquor and grocery stores in Wisconsin under a bill Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law. 113 more words

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The latest idea to improve Ontario's booze sales? Allow pubs to sell six-packs and bottles

The server sweeps away a crumb-ridden plate. Cheeks flushed and belly bursting, you say to your server, “can I get a six-pack of that local brew to go?” 847 more words

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New Kansas bill would allow counties to vote on liquor sales

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP)  A Kansas bill introduced Wednesday would allow a county’s voters to decide if their grocery stores can sell liquor, wine and spirits; and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer. 110 more words

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