MSN reported that a team from Boston University School of Medicine found middle-aged people who drink in moderation have a better quality of life than those who don’t drink at all. The study’s authors said in the article, "Overall, this study shows a positive relation between regular moderate alcohol intake and quality of life in middle-aged adults." Read the full article: "Best study ever proves booze really does make life better" on msn.com.
According to a press release from the Michigan Brewers Guild, small brewers are “mobilizing support for recommendations released by the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Friday, June 29 for updating the state’s liquor regulatory rules and regulations.” The Liquor Control Advisory Rules Committee developed the recommendations. The major proposed changes are summarized as follows: Make regulatory rules for small breweries equal to those for small wineries Cr
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