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Source: AJC Brookhaven greenlit $300,000 worth of grants to assist restaurants and bars that pay for their annual alcohol license renewal this...

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Source: AJC The Duluth City Council recently voted to change the city’s alcohol code due to the passage of HB879, which was signed into law...

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Source: Marietta Daily Journal People in Marietta can now walk with alcoholic drinks in the city’s downtown area. The Marietta City Council...

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Source: Eater Atlanta In an effort to support its local restaurant community, city of Decatur on Monday agreed to instituting a temporary open...

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Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle With Georgia restaurants reeling amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, a new alcohol-delivery law may...

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Source: WRDW Augusta Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a bill allowing stores to deliver beer, wine and liquor to Georgia homes. And for some...

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Source: Augusta Chronicle Georgians reluctant to patronize bars during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to have adult beverages delivered to...

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Source: National Restaurant Association When COVID-19 first took hold in the U.S. earlier this year, most bars and restaurants had to either close...

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Source: Eater After closing bars and limiting restaurants to takeout only Thursday, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has officially signed an...

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By Bora Kang, Goliath Consulting Group​There are quite a number of beverages that come to mind when we think of the holidays. There’s mulled...

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By Frances Kidd, M-PASS EnvironmentalRecycling is not a word usually heard in a bar or restaurant … but that may be changing. Ever wonder...

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By Boelter ​Beer on tap has been a bar staple for many decades, but fewer bars or restaurants may be familiar with wine on tap. In 2017, the United...

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