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Wed Aug 28, 2019, 06:59 AM

'This is too far': Juneau brewers, distillers say new regulations would limit their activities

Art shows, fundraisers and other events would stop happening at breweries and distilleries if the Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board adopts a divisive regulation change that’s being considered.

State statute currently outlaws manufacturing licensees, such as Amalga Distillery or Devil’s Club Brewing Company in downtown Juneau, from allowing onsite live entertainment, TVs, pool tables, darts, dancing, video games, game table or “other recreational or gaming opportunities.”

A possible change announced on Monday, which has advocates and detractors in the capital city, would define that last phrase as specifically being festivals, games and competitions, classes, public parties, presentations or performances and other social gatherings advertised to the general public.

“This is too far,” said Evan Wood, co-owner of Devil’s Club Brewing Co., in an interview. “We’ve gone way over the line.”

Read more: https://www.juneauempire.com/news/this-is-too-far-juneau-brewers-distillers-say-new-regulations-would-limit-their-activities/

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Wed Aug 28, 2019, 03:01 PM

1. Jesus don't like that drinking shit. That's why the Womens' CHRISTIAN Temperance League started.

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