Workers at Tattersall Distillery have voted to unionize, the first craft distillery in the country to do so.
A startling new study from the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS) and ADI shows that the craft distilling industry is in huge trouble.
After weathering an unprecedented first half of 2020 and all of the challenges it brought, Powhatan, VA’s Three Crosses Distilling Co. is speaking out about another looming threat.
South Florida craft distilleries are sitting on hundreds of gallons of unsold hand sanitizer–with little prospect for moving it.
Pennsylvania is fighting a court battle to keep its total number of liquor licenses a secret.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday signed an executive order allowing the manufacturing and sale of alcohol-infused frozen dairy desserts.
Pennsylvania liquor sales in June lagged far behind other control states across the country, following a downward trend that’s persisted since the onset of the pandemic.
A new distillery in North Houston opened on the eve of the pandemic, and quickly pivoted to making hand sanitizer… and hiring out-of-work bartenders.
New Orleans’ mayor is shutting down the city’s bars because of rising coronavirus numbers and is also forbidding restaurants to sell alcoholic drinks to go.
A truck carrying 12,000 bottles of Templeton rye whiskey overturned on a Missouri highway last week. No one was injured.
Some 1,600 attendees and over 100 exhibitors helped make the 2020 ADI Virtual Conference & Vendor Expo a social distancing success last week.
ADI has announced California-based Spirit Works Distillery as the 2020 Distillery of the Year and honored founders Ashby and Timo with the ADI Bubble Cap Award.