SevenFifty Daily invites you to join us for the NYC loves TX + FL Hurricanes Benefit to raise funds for those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. There will be food, cocktails, entertainment, great lots up for bidding, and our contribution: a Rosé bar! The event will be held Sunday, September 24, 4-8 pm at Pier A Harbor House. Tickets are on sale now.
In addition to the $2 billion it will spend on capital expenditure projects in the U.S. over the next four years, Anheuser-Busch InBev, via its Labatt Breweries subsidiary, plans to spend $460 million to improve operations at its six Canadian breweries. Following the investments, which are slated to conclude in 2020, Labatt Breweries will have spent more than $1 billion over a nine-year period, the company said in a press release. This follows the announcement made by A-B InBev that it is committed to spending $500 million on various brewery, distribution, and packaging and innovation initiatives in 2017.
Livermore Valley and Lake County growers reported their harvests are coming in on schedule, and some are reaping heavier tonnage than in recent years. Furthermore, vineyards in the area have survived the recent heatwave, but some are facing issues with finding labor crews in a timely manner.
This week, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) conducted a joint operation with investigators from the Illinois Liquor Control Commission targeting alleged “pay to play” schemes in Chicago, the Quad Cities, and Peoria. This is the second large-scale trade practice enforcement joint operation that TTB has conducted this year.