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A growing number of local distilleries are finding a creative way to help Americans — and their employees — amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A growing number of local distilleries are finding a creative way to help Americans — and their employees — amid the coronavirus pandemic.
 
I’ve written volumes over the past few years about the way North Carolina controls distilled spirits.
I’ve written volumes over the past few years about the way North Carolina controls distilled spirits.
 
NoDa Brewing Co., which collects awards like a brewer collects hops, continues to grow.
NoDa Brewing Co., which collects awards like a brewer collects hops, continues to grow.
 
Distilleries, wineries, and breweries are growing at an exponential rate. All with an eye on Washington, D.C., and, in our case, Raleigh.
Distilleries, wineries, and breweries are growing at an exponential rate. All with an eye on Washington, D.C., and, in our case, Raleigh.
 
Thousands of distillers, brewers, and vintners across the country, are worried. Probably rightfully so.
Thousands of distillers, brewers, and vintners across the country, are worried. Probably rightfully so.
 
The way North Carolina sees liquor is changing, for the betterment of consumers.
 
East Carolina University’s first home football game against Gardner-Webb Saturday marks the beginning of a new era for Pirates fans. ECU Athletics worked to create an atmosphere unlike any other, making a game in Dowdy-Ficklen an even more memorable and fun experience.
East Carolina University’s first home football game against Gardner-Webb Saturday marks the beginning of a new era for Pirates fans. ECU Athletics worked to create an atmosphere unlike any other, making a game in Dowdy-Ficklen an even more memorable and fun experience.
 
Walter Harris, chairman of the Chatham County Alcoholic Beverage Control board, told WUNC’s Frank Stasio he’s been told North Carolina is among the country’s best at selling hard liquor.
Walter Harris, chairman of the Chatham County Alcoholic Beverage Control board, told WUNC’s Frank Stasio he’s been told North Carolina is among the country’s best at selling hard liquor.
 
The debate that led to the passage of Senate Bill 290 wasn’t about alcohol.
The debate that led to the passage of Senate Bill 290 wasn’t about alcohol.
 
Lawmakers, after so many fits and starts, finally persuaded enough of their nervous colleagues to vote to begin fixing North Carolina’s archaic and broken system of governing alcohol, a move some 80 years in the making.
Lawmakers, after so many fits and starts, finally persuaded enough of their nervous colleagues to vote to begin fixing North Carolina’s archaic and broken system of governing alcohol, a move some 80 years in the making.
 
The loudest proponents of alcohol reform in North Carolina — lawmakers such as Rep. Chuck McGrady, R-Henderson, and Sen. Rick Gunn, R-Alamance — now have their colleagues’ unwavering attention.
The loudest proponents of alcohol reform in North Carolina — lawmakers such as Rep. Chuck McGrady, R-Henderson, and Sen. Rick Gunn, R-Alamance — now have their colleagues’ unwavering attention.
 
A bill N.C. craft distillers see as a game-changer regarding how they do business and how they can grow their businesses is headed to the governor.
A bill N.C. craft distillers see as a game-changer regarding how they do business and how they can grow their businesses is headed to the governor.
 
The N.C. House is poised to pass Senate Bill 290 — which passed the Senate, 39-4, June 25.
The N.C. House is poised to pass Senate Bill 290 — which passed the Senate, 39-4, June 25.
 
N.C. lawmakers, one could argue, have had unprecedented success this legislative session in reforming the state’s archaic laws governing spirituous liquor.
N.C. lawmakers, one could argue, have had unprecedented success this legislative session in reforming the state’s archaic laws governing spirituous liquor.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, June 26, signed of pair of alcohol-related bills into law.
Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, June 26, signed of pair of alcohol-related bills into law.
 
People love lists, and certain niche websites thrive on them. Take these lists, of course, for what they are.
People love lists, and certain niche websites thrive on them. Take these lists, of course, for what they are.
 
Lawmakers have offered several proposals to repair the broken, outdated way the state governs alcohol through the N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control system.
Lawmakers have offered several proposals to repair the broken, outdated way the state governs alcohol through the N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control system.
 
The N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control system — created in 1937 in the wake of the repeal of Prohibition — for the past 80-plus years has remained mostly static.
The N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control system — created in 1937 in the wake of the repeal of Prohibition — for the past 80-plus years has remained mostly static.
 
Gov. Cooper Signs Bill Into Law
 
To boost North Carolina’s response to the opioid crisis, R.J. Blackley Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center in Butner recently became certified as an opioid treatment program for people with opioid use disorder.
To boost North Carolina’s response to the opioid crisis, R.J. Blackley Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Center in Butner recently became certified as an opioid treatment program for people with opioid use disorder.
 
Restaurateurs and retailers are getting behind a move by House lawmakers that would fix the antiquated way North Carolina stores, distributes, and sells spirits.
Restaurateurs and retailers are getting behind a move by House lawmakers that would fix the antiquated way North Carolina stores, distributes, and sells spirits.
 
A stack of bills from lawmakers looking to modernize the way North Carolina distributes and sells liquor is growing.
A stack of bills from lawmakers looking to modernize the way North Carolina distributes and sells liquor is growing.
 
As I listened Tuesday to a N.C. House committee discuss an alcohol bill, I thought about how America debated the 18th Amendment.
As I listened Tuesday to a N.C. House committee discuss an alcohol bill, I thought about how America debated the 18th Amendment.
 
One bill would give a boost to the state’s thriving beer market by adding another level of breweries.
One bill would give a boost to the state’s thriving beer market by adding another level of breweries.
 
A pair of alcohol-related bills sailed through the N.C. House on Tuesday, April 16, without debate.
A pair of alcohol-related bills sailed through the N.C. House on Tuesday, April 16, without debate.
 
North Carolina gets products from the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky — which makes the iconic and mostly unattainable Pappy Van Winkle — only a couple times a year, and those bottles are subsequently allotted to N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control boards around the state.
North Carolina gets products from the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky — which makes the iconic and mostly unattainable Pappy Van Winkle — only a couple times a year, and those bottles are subsequently allotted to N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control boards around the state.
 
To raise awareness of the risks underage drinking poses to young people in North Carolina and across the country, Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed April 2019 as Alcohol Awareness Month.
To raise awareness of the risks underage drinking poses to young people in North Carolina and across the country, Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed April 2019 as Alcohol Awareness Month.
 
Lawmakers this session have filed what amounts to a jumble of bills designed to ease restrictive Prohibition-era rules enacted in the first half of the 20th century.
Lawmakers this session have filed what amounts to a jumble of bills designed to ease restrictive Prohibition-era rules enacted in the first half of the 20th century.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released today an interactive online dashboard, “Alcohol & the Public’s Health in North Carolina,” which provides alcohol-related information on all 100 counties.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released today an interactive online dashboard, “Alcohol & the Public’s Health in North Carolina,” which provides alcohol-related information on all 100 counties.
 
A bill filed Tuesday, April 2, in the N.C. House would dramatically revamp how the state governs liquor sales and distribution, including a provision allowing for Sunday sales.
A bill filed Tuesday, April 2, in the N.C. House would dramatically revamp how the state governs liquor sales and distribution, including a provision allowing for Sunday sales.
 
A bill in the N.C. House would authorize public colleges and universities to allow the sale of alcohol at stadiums, athletic facilities, and arenas located on school property.
A bill in the N.C. House would authorize public colleges and universities to allow the sale of alcohol at stadiums, athletic facilities, and arenas located on school property.
 
A week or so ago, a group of people who don't like the idea of people drinking liquor got together to denounce efforts to privatize the state monopoly on alcohol sales, storage, and distribution
A week or so ago, a group of people who don't like the idea of people drinking liquor got together to denounce efforts to privatize the state monopoly on alcohol sales, storage, and distribution
 
One of the best examples of pure socialism in the United States can be found right here in North Carolina - our system of distribution and sales of alcoholic beverages
One of the best examples of pure socialism in the United States can be found right here in North Carolina - our system of distribution and sales of alcoholic beverages
 
In North Carolina, beer and wine are readily available at grocery stores, convenience stores, specialty shops, even pharmacies and other places, and even on Sundays
In North Carolina, beer and wine are readily available at grocery stores, convenience stores, specialty shops, even pharmacies and other places, and even on Sundays
 
North Carolina’s large and energetic craft brewing industry — over 300 strong now — chafes against the state’s arbitrary distribution cap
North Carolina’s large and energetic craft brewing industry — over 300 strong now — chafes against the state’s arbitrary distribution cap
 
Sens. Joyce Waddell, D-Mecklenburg, and Andy Wells, R-Catawba, have filed legislation that would take a big step toward reforming the alcohol control system in North Carolina
Sens. Joyce Waddell, D-Mecklenburg, and Andy Wells, R-Catawba, have filed legislation that would take a big step toward reforming the alcohol control system in North Carolina
 
Did you know that North Carolina used to be the nation's leader in locally owned and operated distilleries?
Did you know that North Carolina used to be the nation's leader in locally owned and operated distilleries?
 
In 1908, North Carolina voters passed statewide prohibition in 1908, making North Carolina the first Southern state to institute prohibition. The 18th Amendment didn't usher in Prohibition nationwide until 1919.
In 1908, North Carolina voters passed statewide prohibition in 1908, making North Carolina the first Southern state to institute prohibition. The 18th Amendment didn't usher in Prohibition nationwide until 1919.
 
I made a presentation recently to a community GOP club, a group of kind people who were smart, engaged, and curious. Much like many of the other groups I speak to and with.
I made a presentation recently to a community GOP club, a group of kind people who were smart, engaged, and curious. Much like many of the other groups I speak to and with.
 
Changing how North Carolina regulates liquor sales would require major adjustments, the state’s Program Evaluation Division says in its latest report
Changing how North Carolina regulates liquor sales would require major adjustments, the state’s Program Evaluation Division says in its latest report
 
In truth, it's well past time lawmakers take substantive steps toward rewriting or eliminating much of the arcane laws governing alcohol, painfully documented in N.C. General Statute 18b.
In truth, it's well past time lawmakers take substantive steps toward rewriting or eliminating much of the arcane laws governing alcohol, painfully documented in N.C. General Statute 18b.
 
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