Celebrating the 80th Anniversary of Prohibition's Repeal
80 years ago - on December 5, 1933 - the 21st Amendment was ratified, Prohibition was repealed and states were granted primary authority over alcohol. Watch NBWA's Times Square video highlighting this historic anniversary. Watch >>
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ALEXANDRIA, VA – On Thursday, America’s beer distributors will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the ratification of the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, which repealed Prohibition and established today’s effective system of state-based alcohol regulation. An NBWA video playing in New York City’s Times Square highlights this historic anniversary.
On Thursday, America’s beer distributors will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the ratification of the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, which repealed Prohibition and established today’s effective system of state-based alcohol regulation. An NBWA video playing in New York City’s Times Square highlights this historic anniversary.
Scott A. Graham, executive director of the Michigan Brewers Guild, and Mike Lashbrook, president of the Michigan Beer & Wine Wholesalers Association explain the economic impact that the three-tier system has in Michigan.
The Colorado-based brewery recently announced it was teaming up with Favorite Brands LLC of Dallas to bring Elevation’s big, bomber style Black and Double Black Series of specialty and barrel aged beers to Texas.
As main street businesses, beer distributors throughout the country are active members of the communities where they live and work. In advance of the Thanksgiving holiday, beer distribution companies and their employees took part in a number of service initiatives to give back to their communities.
U.S. Representative Rick Crawford (AR-1) recently visited Glazer’s, Inc., a distribution company that has operated in the state of Arkansas since 1944. The company has operated out of a new facility in North Little Rock since 2005.