From the R Street Institute: “Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, alcohol delivery and shipping have increased exponentially under the authority of emergency powers at the state level. But these changes are temporary and already facing some pushback from entrenched interests.
The 18th Amendment to the Constitution, which forbade the “manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors” in the United States, took effect in 1920. President Herbert Hoover politely referred to Prohibition as a “noble experiment,” but in hindsight, it mostly
Eric Felten writes at the Examiner: Campaigns and cocktails used to go hand in hand. Indeed, the first description of a cocktail came in the context of a contest for the New York state legislature. “Rum! Rum! Rum!” shouted a
The Dicovery Channel will show the film titled “The Man Who Walked Around the World.” You can see the trailer for the film above and read more about it at https://themanwho.film/en. Kevin Kosar, the editor of AlcoholReviews.com and author of
Jarrett Dieterle writes in the Washington Post: “In the age of quarantines and social distancing, most Americans can order a car, a weekly allotment of groceries and a Michelin-star meal to their door. But while all these modern conveniences can
Kevin Williamson writes: Here is a sobering fact: The No. 1 input expense for American beer brewers isn’t barley or hops or cool refreshing Rocky Mountain spring water or anything like that. It’s aluminum. Some of your smaller hipster craft