Alcohol Policy


Want that margarita to go? Many states are permanently allowing carryout cocktails
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From NPR:

Even though drinks-to-go are popular with customers, the highly regulated liquor industry can be tough to reform, says Jarrett Dieterle, a researcher with the R Street Institute, a think…

, R Street Institute
Event: Alcohol at Your Doorstep: The Future of Direct-to-Consumer Shipping
C. Jarrett Dieterle

COVID-19 has changed the world of alcohol delivery. Things that were once seen as unattainable— such as to-go cocktails or a bottle of bourbon delivered to your…

, NPR Morning Edition
Radio: Several states make moves to permanently allow cocktails for delivery
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From NPR Morning Edition:

LEHR: Jarrett Dieterle is a researcher with the R Street Institute, a think tank supporting free markets. Even though drinks to go are popular with customers, he says…

, Reason
Alcohol Delivery Doesn’t Lead To Underage Drinking
C. Jarrett Dieterle

Since the beginning of the pandemic, America has seen a drastic overhaul of alcohol laws. To-go cocktails are legal in most states, ordering a six-pack with your weekly grocery delivery order is…

, Fitsnews
Time For South Carolina To Choose Alcohol Delivery
C. Jarrett Dieterle

As the weather warms up, many South Carolinians are eagerly looking at their calendars and planning any number of events where they might want to sip on a cocktail or down a cold brew. But while…

Alcohol delivery and underage drinking: Data-driven lessons from direct-to-consumer wine shipping
C. Jarrett Dieterle

When it comes to having alcoholic beverages delivered to our doors, America is in a very different place today than it was 24 months ago. As COVID-19 spread across the world, markets…

, DrinksReform
Alcohol Delivery and Underage Drinking in California: An Update
C. Jarrett Dieterle

In the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, California made news by conducting undercover “decoy operations” of alcohol deliveries. At that time, California—like many other states—had…

, New York Daily News
Shaken, not stirred — and in a double bag: N.Y. should allow to-go alcohol again
C. Jarrett Dieterle & Sarah Wall

More than any state during COVID-19, New York’s government has had a hard time deciding how it feels about to-go cocktails. It proudly greenlighted to-go drinks at the onset of the pandemic —…

, Above The Law
Has The FTC Gone Powerdrunk? Big Booze Might Not Like This
C. Jarrett Dieterle

From Above The Law:

Microbreweries, despite their size, have been holding their own against goliaths like Anheuser-Busch. Trust busting in a growing field may start precedent that puts other…

In SUPPORT of SB 420, “Alcoholic Beverages; manufacturers of malt beverages to sell or donate malt beverages they produce, subject to certain limitations or conditions.”
Marc Hyden

Testimony from:
Marc Hyden, Director, State Government Affairs, R Street Institute
In SUPPORT of SB 420, “Alcoholic Beverages; manufacturers of malt beverages to sell or donate malt beverages…

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