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August 18

United Airlines Potential Drinking Restriction?

WSB Atlanta News & Talk United Airlines will soon begin the enforcement of their early cutoff for alcohol consumption. United Airlines has informed its pilots that they must abstain from drinking alcohol for 12 hours prior to scheduled flights. The old eight-hour limit complied with Federal Aviation Administration rules, which also prohibit pilots from flying […]

June 16

UGA Will Not Sell Alcohol During Athletic Games!

Fox 5 Atlanta Cal Callaway Despite approval from the Southeastern Conference Committee regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages in its participating partner schools, UGA will not be one of them.  UGA Athletic Director Greg McGarity announced Tuesday the university will not sell alcoholic beverages in general seating areas for all athletic events during the 2019-20 […]

June 15

SEC Is Allowing Alcohol At Sports Events!!!

Biz Journals Eric Jackson The Southeastern Conference has changed its beverage policies for partnering colleges and universities to allow alcohol for sporting events in the coming Fall season. The new policy is allowing new revenue to make an increase to the SEC’s net worth. According to the new policy, 14 partnering schools of the conference […]

May 16

Undercover Sting Includes More than 180 Liquor Shops

New York Post Bernadette Hogan 186 New York liquor stores were caught red-handed when it was discovered that they were serving alcohol to minors. Following the checkup of 851 businesses in the state, a near 200 of them- including 45 bars, restaurants, and liquor and spirit stores were against compliance when it was discovered that […]

February 02

Pub Gets License Suspended Following a Shooting

News 10/ABC Peter Eliopoulos River Street Pub had its license suspended yesterday after a shooting that took place in early January. Authorities were called on January 22nd when a victim sustained a gunshot wound to the stomach and leg. Two people were interviewed, stating the shooting took place inside the pub. It turns out that […]

January 26

Singapore Lifts Ban of Adding Alcohol To Food Products

The Drink Business Natalie Wang Adding alcohol to food. Is it as appealing as it seems? Well, Singapore seems to believe so since they’ve recently lifted their ban on food products throughout their nation adding alcohol to their recipe. A statement was released just two weeks ago by the Ministry of Home Affairs after careful […]

January 26

State ID App Being Used For Buying Alcohol

KSLA NEWS 12 Kevin Foster Looks like some government officials are coming around on the modern technology side of money and personal documents. An app released back in May of last year has been accredited with allowing customers in Louisiana to use their digital identification card to buy alcohol and tobacco. The Louisiana Office of […]

January 23

State Revokes Liquor License of Downtown Liquor Store

Fox 17 West Michigan Bob Brenzing A slew of violations at downtown liquor store has put them in hot water, and possibly out of business for good. A store in Grand Rapids named Lucky’s Downtown Market had its license for liquor revoked just yesterday once the Michigan Liquor Control Commission board were informed of further […]

January 18

Kennesaw Voting On Future Alcohol Districts

AJC Carolyn Cunningham Georgia is looking forward to many new alcohol regulations throughout its counties this year, and with January coming to a near close, it will begin with Kennesaw. The city council is expected to vote this month at the next public hearing on the 22nd in regards to open alcohol containers in entertainment […]

January 15

The Strictest Alcohol Laws In The United States

Insider Ann Schmidt America has had a long run with it’s issues regarding alcohol, from who can drink it to how you can buy it. Some may be working the system in regards of getting rid of the prejudice against a shot or two, but some places have gone decades standing their ground on the […]