Department of Revenue to issue temporary alcohol permits for retailer consumption dealer and retailer license applicants
by Dan Plevak
The Georgia Department of Revenue (“DOR”) has issued a new policy bulletin effective March 1, 2016 changing the way it issues certain alcohol licenses.
by Max Hess
"Eleven Signs a City Will Succeed," a by-product of the 54,000-mile journey around the U.S. in a single-engine plane by James and Deb Fallows, asking the question: Can America Put Itself Back Together?, both published in The Atlantic (March 2016 issue).
The curious eleventh sign (and said to be perhaps the most reliable)?
Answer: “A city on the way back will have one or more craft breweries, and probably some small distilleries too.”
Yes, because a town with craft breweries has a certain kind of entrepreneur – but, maybe more important, because such a town will, of necessity, have a critical mass of mainly young customers. So it’s really about the underlying demographics, say the Fallowses.
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