Written by Hayley Wells
Laws behind your favorite brews
Imagine that we are not in the midst of a global pandemic and that you are on vacation at a charming brewery, somewhere on the West Coast, or maybe up in New England. You are out on the patio enjoying the brewery’s flagship offering (a crisp pilsner, danky IPA, maybe a malty porter, or a strong bourbon barrel ale); you sit back and smile as the sun starts to set, satisfied that you have found your new favorite beer.
After returning home from your trip, you are anxious to stock your beer fridge with your new find. You begin your search for a bottle shop, grocery store, or restaurant that carries the beer. You are even willing to order a case if that’s what it would take to taste that delicious brew again. You soon come to the frustrating realization that the beer is not available for sale in North Carolina.
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