30 Sep '15, 3pm

State Officials Seize Cuvee Coffee’s “Crowler” Equipment

The TABC said in an announcement yesterday that it seized the crowler canning equipment — an approximate $3,000 minimum investment — after launching an undercover investigation following the initial 30-day notice. In short, the regulatory agency’s argument suggests Cuvee and “a handful” of other Texas retailers — large grocery chains Whole Foods and Central Market among them — have been unlawfully selling crowlers because they are not breweries. “Under current state law, only businesses with a permit to manufacture or brew beer, ale or malt liquor on-site may can their products for resale,” the TABC wrote, later adding, “We do not support the continued violation of the law just because a retailer disagrees with it.”

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2015/09/30/state-officials-sei...

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sprudge.com 30 Sep '15, 7pm

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cuveecoffee.com 29 Sep '15, 11pm

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