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New Ruling on Gluten Claims Aligns TTB with FDA

On October 13, 2020, the TTB released TTB Ruling 2020-2 – an expected amendment of its policies towards gluten claims. Read More

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Alcohol 101 – A Very Broad Overview of U.S. Alcohol Law

Marc Sorini provides a solid foundational understanding from which to make sense of the unique American alcohol landscape.Read More

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FDA Publishes Final Rule on Gluten-Free Claims for Fermented Foods

The FDA recently finalized regulations governing gluten-free claims for fermented and hydrolyzed foods, including beer.Read More

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District Court in Michigan Compels Arbitration in Virginia Beer Franchise Dispute

This decision provides craft brewers with an opportunity to reflect on the pros and cons of arbitrating disputes. Read More

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FDA Publishes Blueprint for the Future of Food Safety Regulation

FDA has laid out its aspirational food safety plans for the next decade, prompting craft brewers to engage and educate on our industry's unique issues.Read More

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Allegations in TTB Settlement with Anheuser-Busch Shed Light on Sponsorship Arrangements Between Big Brewers and Major Sports and Entertainment Venues

The facts alleged by TTB support what many craft brewers have long suspected – A-B has used its clout as a sponsor of various teams and resorts to force its products on the public and exclude competitors from venues around the country. Read More

Association News

Introducing the FDA Registration & FSMA Compliance Flow Chart

As your brewery plans for food safety and regulatory compliance, the FDA Registration & FSMA Compliance Flow Chart will conveniently guide you through the important rules and definitions. Read More

Industry Updates

President Signs H.R.6201, Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Congress passed the second piece of legislation in response to the coronavirus on March 18. In addition to offering free testing for COVID-19, it also includes emergency paid sick leave, family medical leave, and unemployment stabilization. Read More

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