Governor Michael Dunleavy signed Senate Bill 16 which expands license types under Title 4 of the state’s alcohol license laws. This bill allows alcohol service in areas that had previously operated under a recreational site license before the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Board denied licenses they deemed to be operating contrary to state law.
The Sober Garden at this year’s Downtown Summer Solstice Festival promises to take Solstice festivities up a notch with one of a kind mocktails made by Anchorage’s favorite bartenders.
Six varieties of Alaskan Brewing beers will make their appearance in Kansas beginning in May.
“We brewed our blonde with wildflower honey to add a subtle honey flavor and a hint of sweetness to the classic light-bodied style,” said Alaskan Brewing Co. head brewer, Rob Day.
One winner is opening a food cart so she can sell Alaska-raised pork sandwiches. Another will use her prize to jump start her sauerkraut business. And another is making seasoning mixes to sell at the Sitka Farmers Market and outside Harrigan Centennial Hall this summer.
Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska has promoted Melissa Jensen to Manager of the Tribe’s Sacred Grounds Café.
The Alaska Senate unanimously passed Senate Bill 16 to clarify irregularities detrimental to small businesses in the state’s alcohol license laws.
Milton W. Odom came to Alaska as an ambitious young traveling salesman and built Odom Corp., one of the state’s leading wholesale distributors of meats, produce, soft drinks, and liquor.
As children, there never was any amount of doubt that Bill, Jim, and John Odom would work in the family business.
All Kaladi Brothers Cafés in Alaska will begin selling the new Team Spirit Seawolf Blend. The bright yellow one-pound bags of coffee feature a throwback school folder inspired design that highlights UAA sports programs that have long inspired young local athletes and entertained our community.