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Regulatory and Distribution Law Updates for the Alcohol Industry
ALCOHOL LAW ADVISOR
Regulatory and Distribution Law Updates for the Alcohol Industry
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Importing and Exporting Beer

Importing and exporting beer or other alcohol beverages involves multiple levels of government regulation and taxation. Some regulations, taxes, and reporting requirements mirror your existing compliance obligations as a brewery. Other obligations are unique and include government agencies that are not involved in regulating domestic producers, such as US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Commerce Department. The nations you target for selling or importing can have layers of regulations just as daunting as they are in the United States. Multinational trade agreements, treaties and laws at the national, state, provincial or municipal levels may apply to your activities and govern critical topics, including: Excise and other taxes Product classification and tariffs National support for domestic producers and exports Impediments to trade In addition to government regulation, entering new import or export agreements with businesses requires diligence....

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Understanding the Three-Tier System: Its Impacts on U.S. Craft Beer and You

Understanding the U.S. market for alcohol beverages, including beer, requires an understanding of the three-tier system. Whether viewed with deep reverence or great scorn, it is a system of distribution that delivers the vast majority of beer to the mouths of thirsty American drinkers. Let’s take a few moments to understand that system a little better. Read full article. Originally published in CraftBeer.com.

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