Brooks, Jary R.
November 2010
Beer & Brewer;Summer2010, Issue 15, p49
The article focuses on the U.S. excise system on beer at the multiple tax levels at state and federal level. Excise taxes are considered part of the American breweries business and become an accepted part of beer costs. It notes the variation of excise tax rates from state to state. Meanwhile, brewers lobby their elected representatives for fair treatment.


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