President’s weekly report — May 1, 2015

On the cusp of victory in Florida — In large part due to the publicity from our “growler” case, Crafted Keg v. Lawson, the Florida legislature has repealed the ban on “growlers,” the 64 ounce containers used for bringing craft … Continue reading

Florida Legislature approves growler law fix

In the last two weeks, the Florida State Senate and House of Representatives both unanimously approved a bill to legalize the 64-ounce growler.  The Legislature made this move after years of failing to fix the law; that ongoing failure hurt … Continue reading

President’s weekly report — January 16, 2015

The Raisins are Dancing Again — cert grant The Supreme Court granted cert in Horne v. United States, making this the second trip to the Court for the dancing raisins.  Under a depression-era statute, raisin growers must give a substantial … Continue reading

Court denies State’s motion to dismiss beer growler suit

We are happy to report that the Court has denied the State of Florida’s motion to dismiss Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit seeking to throw out  the State’s ban on beer growlers. You can read the Court’s well-considered and thoughtful ruling at … Continue reading

PLF asks court to deny Florida’s attempt to stop growler ban lawsuit

Earlier today, Pacific Legal Foundation filed its response in opposition to the State of Florida‘s motion to dismiss PLF’s lawsuit challenging the State’s irrational law banning beer growlers. The growler, of course, is the industry-standard half-gallon containers of beer that craft … Continue reading

Florida growls back at PLF

Yesterday, the State of Florida filed its response to Pacific Legal Foundation‘s lawsuit on behalf of the Crafted Keg. In that suit, PLF seeks to overturn Florida’s irrational ban on 64-ounce beer growlers. Not surprisingly, the government has moved to dismiss the … Continue reading

Drink up! PLF challenges Florida’s ban on growlers

“Growlers” are jugs of beer that patrons buy at craft beer establishments and then bring home to drink, and later carry to other taverns, breweries or restaurants, for refills with various varieties of custom brewed beer. In the vast majority of … Continue reading