The Associated Beer Distributors of Illinois and Illinois Craft Brewers Guild have agreed to a “substantial rewrite” to the Illinois Craft Brewer Act.
A bill updating social media rules for brewers and distributors in Illinois is moving through the legislature — as are a few other bills.
Craft beer legislation could be introduced in the coming weeks to make comprehensive changes to the laws governing brewers in Illinois.
Distributors and brewers could use social media to promote tap takeovers and beer dinners under a bill introduced in the IL House. Right now that’s a no-no.
We’re pulling back the curtain on the Illinois Homebrew Alliance to go in depth on how they negotiated changes to Illinois’ homebrew laws.
Behold, your 2014 Illinois Legislative Roundup. We keep tabs on the beverage industry bills moving through the statehouse, so you don’t have to.
A controversial brewpub rule will not be taken up by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission this week.
Despite finding a location for a brewpub, plans for a Schlafly Chicago Tap Room have been put on hold indefinitely.
A proposed brewpub rule change that could be detrimental to some Illinois brewers is heard before the Illinois Liquor Control Commission.
In our Makers series, we sit down with Associated Beer Distributors of Illinois President Bob Myers to talk growlers, the Illinois Craft Brewers Guild and the ever-evolving policy changes in Springfield.