Gov. Jared Polis received wide praise in March 2020 when he allowed restaurants, breweries and distilleries to sell or deliver drinks to go. One year later, however, the issue has led to new disputes about liquor-sales laws and calls for wider allowance for direct-to-consumer sales.
It’s hard to overstate just how catastrophic the COVID-19 pandemic has been for the restaurant industry. Colorado restaurants have collectively lost billions of dollars this year — nearly $1 billion in April alone...
The Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE) has updated its latest public health order (PHO) regarding alcohol sales and delivery.
The latest PHO allows liquor stores to remain open and deliver alcohol until midnight, according to a release from the department. Restaurants will also be allowed alcohol delivery until 2 a.m.
At least 15 counties will enter Colorado’s “red” coronavirus level on Friday, meaning indoor dining at restaurants must cease. Hordes of workers are losing their jobs.
Anheuser-Busch has announced an agreement to sell its wholly owned distributorship operations in Colorado, to Georgia-based A-B house, Eagle Rock Distributing. Eagle Rock will be expanding operations to Colorado with this deal. The company called the development "an important step in leveraging the partnership between A-B’s WODs and independent wholesaler system to help …
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