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Copper Fiddle Distillery co-owner Fred Robinson says it doesn’t make sense state law prohibits him from delivering a small amount of his product to local bars, restaurants and stores. He’s now working with a state lawmaker to change that.
Suburban lawmaker, distillery push law to bypass liquor distributors
Under state law, businesses in the fast-growing craft distillery industry must work through a liquor distributor just to get a few bottles into a bar or store across the street. A suburban lawmaker and Lake Zurich distillery are now working to change that.
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