The keg tagging policy one lawmaker calls "a failed experiment" will be no more in Michigan.
Alcohol, Beer, & Wine
Michigan's legal limit for blood alcohol content level while driving would stay 0.08 under a pair of bills approved by the state House Tuesday.
A proposed change to Michigan alcohol rules would allow multiple liquor stores on the same street corner and hurt existing retailers, say critics who are expected to pack a Wednesday public hearing.
Michigan's beer industry is worth $10.5 billion to the state, according to a new national report that looked at employment and wages in 2016.
That's up from $6.64 billion two years ago, according to the same study from 2014.
Liquor is a big business in Michigan.
Michiganders who don't want to wait for a waiter could soon pull their own drafts out of tabletop dispensing machines, thanks to a new rule from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.
Legislation reducing penalties for minors caught with alcohol is among the bills signed by Gov. Rick Snyder and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley last month.
Thanks to a new administrative rule, restaurants in Michigan will now be able to have self-dispensing alcohol machines right at their patrons' tables.
The Senate unanimously approved today a bill to allow Michigan retailers to ship wine directly to consumers.
Michigan is “absolutely not” going to raise its beer tax nearly 250 percent, a state House leader said Thursday, offering a sobering prediction for new alcohol legislation designed to raise revenue for health and treatment programs.