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Fans of the site know that we enjoy highlighting the weirdest liquor laws that the many varied US states have to offer. From limitations on how strong a beer needs to be to how and where you can purchase beer
It appears that the United States Postal Service is considering reversing its ban on shipping alcoholic beverages. The Associated Press reported an interview with Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe yesterday in which the Postmaster General claimed that the delivery of alcoholic
thomasthedramshop" title="" />Forty-four states and the District of Columbia have “dram shop” laws on the books. The name comes from England where a “Dram Shop” used to sell gin to customers by the spoonful or “dram.” These laws state that
Sore loser shirt via Zazzle Before the July 4th holiday we wrote about how Pennsylvania Senator Chuck McIlhinney managed some pretty shady political tactics in an attempt to kill Governor Tom Corbett’s liquor privatization bill. In its place he
3471027" title="" />Mike and I have discussed before Governor Tom Corbett’s desire to privatize the Pennsylvania state-controlled system of alcohol sales and distribution. Whether you support the idea of reform to the state-run system as it now stands or
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There is just too much beer in the world to only taste twice a month. In the spirit of more is better the Blind Tiger podcast team has decided to add samplesodes to the podcast lineup. These mini-episodes will feature