Alcohol Policy

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In SUPPORT of Montana HB 362 regarding micro-distilleries
Steven Greenhut

February 4, 2019
House Business and Labor Committee
Dear Chair Noland and members of the committee,
My name is Steven Greenhut. I am the Western Region Director for the R Street Institute, which is a…

In SUPPORT of Montana SB 182 regarding micro-distilleries
Steven Greenhut

February 4, 2019

Senate Business, Labor and Economic Affairs Committee

Dear Chair Fitzpatrick and members of the committee,

My name is Steven Greenhut. I am the Western Region Director for the R…

, SevenFiftyDaily
Distilling on Tribal Lands Is Now Legal in the U.S.
C. Jarrett Dieterle

To anyone who’s been paying attention, the success of the modern craft alcohol movement is no secret. From the latest chic brewery opening down the street to the new distillery producing that…

, Colorado Watchdog
Beer sales regulations change Tuesday
Media Coverage

From Colorado Watchdog:
Jarrett Dieterle, director of commercial freedom policy for the R Street Institute, which runs the alcohol policy website DrinksReform.org, told Watchdog that flexible…

, The Huffington Post
Meet The Craft Distillers Of Native America
Media Coverage

From the The Huffington Post:

Keeping distilleries away from reservations meant years of keeping profits away, said Kevin Kosar, the vice president of policy at the R Street Institute, a…

, Miami Herald
Meet the craft distillers of Native America
Media Coverage

From the Miami Herald:

Keeping distilleries away from reservations meant years of keeping profits away, said Kevin Kosar, the vice president of policy at the R Street Institute, a Washington,…

, Pew Stateline
Meet the Craft Distillers of Native America
Media Coverage

From Pew Stateline:
Keeping distilleries away from reservations meant years of keeping profits away, said Kevin Kosar, the vice president of policy at the R Street Institute, a Washington,…

, Bourbon Banter
12 dumbest drinking laws across our great nation
Media Coverage

From Bourbon Banter:
As my grandmother taught me: one should never discuss sex, politics, or religion at the dinner table. These days, it seems politics are nearly unavoidable (especially when you…

, The American Spectator
Anniversary of a Failed Progressive Experiment
Steven Greenhut

During my first trip to Salt Lake City years ago, I wandered into a nondescript little bar and — forgetting about Utah’s arcane drinking laws — tried to order a whisky. The bar wasn’t open to…