C. Jarrett Dieterle is a fellow at the R Street Institute in Washington DC and is the editor of DrinksReform.org.
Treating home distilling as illegal makes little sense, given that homebrewing and wine making have been legal at the federal level since 1978.
Extreme distance shooting clearly pushes the boundaries of hunting. But private organizations and industry members can address the problem.
Alcohol producers across the South are being cut off from the economic gains of the surging craft spirits movement by antiquated Prohibtion Era laws.
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