|We’re well into Break Up here on the Kenai Peninsula and it’s April 15th, traditional tax day, though our overlords have generously decreed that the peasants may delay submitting their tributes until April 18th this year. Speaking of overlords, it appears that the Alaska Legislature will be too busy squabbling over the budget to take any action on SB 76 for the second year in a row. For those of you who don’t remember, SB 76 is the complete re-write of Alaska’s liquor laws, the first one in over 30 years. It has the potential to be either a very good thing or a very bad thing, depending on what actually gets passed. That’s true of most laws, I guess, but especially true in this case, as small changes can have huge impacts on the ability of new breweries to open. If you’re interested in reading the bill (fair warning: it’s a long slog), you can find the current text here. If it looks like anything’s likely to happen on it, I’ll let you know.
On a more upbeat note, SAK Town Liquors held i …
Source: Drinking on the Last Frontier
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