Articles Tagged with Beer law

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A podcast from LawSites (Robert Ambrogi): A Most Unusual Episode of Lawyer2Lawyer (Hint: It Involves Beer)

Excerpt: “It is not every day that I get to record a podcast episode in a brewery…. But for our interview with the hosts of the FOSS+Beer podcast, we set up our mikes in Beryl’s Beer Co. in Denver ….

I previously wrote about the FOSS+Beer podcast, which I described as A Podcast About Law, Tech and Open Source. And Beer. Craft Beer. Since I was in Denver and the FOSS folks are in nearby Boulder, we invited them down to talk about open source software, podcasting and, yes, beer….” [Link to full Open Source and Beer podcast]

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Mark Linder is a part-time librarian and a full-time beer nerd. He blogs at By the Barrel and is otherwise known as Bend Beer Librarian.”

Retirement Home Starts Brewing: Brew Crew’s Beer Raises Money for Alzheimer’s,” by Mark Lindner, for the Oregon Beer Growler Magazine (see February 2015 issue, page 6).

Excerpt: “Where else but in Bend would a retirement community team up with the local homebrew club and a local brewery to brew a professional-amateur (pro-am) beer to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association? ….

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House Concurrent Resolution 12, designating an official microbe of the State of Oregon, has moved through the 2013 Legislature with the speed of a freshly drawn IPA through a Cerevisaphile.

(If that direct link to the resolution’s PDF doesn’t work, search for the 2013 HCR 12 from the Legislature’s bills and laws page.)

The microbe in question? Saccharomyces cerevisiae, commonly known as brewer’s yeast or baker’s yeast.

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Beer is a hot topic in this year’s 2011 Legislative Session. You can find beer bills, so to speak, by using the search engine at the Legislature’s website: I found these today:

HB2100
HB2262
HB2588
HB2644
HB2924
HB3145
HB3110

And then there is 2011 Senate Bill 444, which doesn’t pop up in the Legislature’s search-engine, which is a puzzle, but not the first time we’ve noticed the problem.