Friday, August 18th, 2017

Test your alcohol regulatory IQ!


Test your alcohol policy IQ! The following are some questions from CEI’s presentation before the Society of Wine Educators. Click through to see which ones you know.

Q1 FACT OR FICTION: Colorado, like New York and a number of other states, bans the sale of wine and spirits in all supermarkets.
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Q2 FACT OR FICTION: In Utah, it is illegal for a customer to mingle within a crowd of people while drinking a glass of eggnog containing 0.02 ounces of alcohol at a restaurant-hosted holiday party.
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Q3 FACT OR FICTION: Restaurants may not offer two-for-one drink specials in the state of Virginia during happy hour. They may reduce prices by 50 percent during happy hour.
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Q4 FACT OR FICTION:
A Colorado restaurant owner may have a glass of wine after hours at his own restaurant after all staff and customers have left the building.
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Q5 FACT OR FICTION: The state of Utah limits the number of “full service restaurants” (those that serve all types of alcohol) to one per 3,000 people in the state.
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Q6 FACT OR FICTION: Sangria is illegal in the state of Virginia.
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Q7 FACT OR FICTION:It is illegal to sell chilled alcohol Indiana at a retail shop.
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Q8 FACT OR FICTION: Corkage is now legal at restaurants in D.C., Virginia and Maryland.
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Q9 FACT OR FICTION: The wine “Fat Bastard” is banned in two states (Ohio and Texas) because regulators deemed the name offensive.
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Q10 FACT OR FICTION: The CARE Act (H.R. 1161) is federal legislation designed to protect consumers by promoting orderly markets.
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