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  1. Tiffany

    It looks like there will be no Court battles ensuing. The Washington State Liquor Control Board has issued two statements: one on on the passage of I-1183 and another on the transition to private liquor sales.

    The following Three-Tier System of Alcohol Distribution laws will change:

    • Uniform pricing is repealed for spirits and wine
    • Ban on quantity discounts is repealed for spirits and wine
    • Ban on central warehousing is repealed for spirits and wine
    • Ban on retail to retail sales is repealed for spirits and wine to a degree (24 liters per sale for on-premises licensees such as restaurants and nightclubs)

    I believe we are now the only State where the voters have removed the three-tier system as it applies to spirits and wine (and most of our voters have done so unknowingly, which is a shame in my opinion). It is only a matter of time before this ripples through to beer. We shall see what unfolds and do our best to hang on and try to keep our small business viable.

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