The next wave in alcohol sales is upon us, and it’s not exactly as expected.
The industry is still reeling from the effects of the Great Recession, and its growth slowed significantly from the Great Depression.
That’s not to say that there haven’t been some great new developments over the past decade or so, but there’s also a lot of bad news.
As we head into the summer, here’s what you need to know.
How will sales increase?
If you’re thinking about buying a bottle of wine or beer, you’re probably thinking about an increase in prices.
The average price of a 12-ounce bottle of liquor has jumped from $1,000 in 2010 to $3,000 today.
While that’s not quite a big jump, it’s a good sign that sales have been on a steady upward trend since the recession.
How does the alcohol industry plan to fight the legalization of recreational pot?
The industry plans to make a huge amount of money off the legalization.
As with all things that come with legalization, it will likely be an expensive proposition.
A recent study found that the legalization tax revenue will be in the range of $1.5 billion a year, with an additional $500 million a year to be raised from a licensing fee and the sale of alcohol permits.
How much will it cost to buy a bottle?
You can buy a 12 ounce bottle of booze for about $1 on the secondary market, which means that you’re looking at around $30 to $40 per ounce.
That means that your next purchase will cost between $150 and $250, depending on what you buy.
What’s the best way to get a taste of the new booze?
There are plenty of different ways to go about getting a taste.
If you want a cheap drink with your friends, head to a bar or a restaurant, which will likely have a few different types of liquor.
If it’s something you’d rather drink with friends, check out bars and restaurants that serve craft beer, wine, or spirits.
What happens if the law passes?
The government is expected to sign the new legislation into law in the coming days, but you’ll have to wait a few more weeks to buy your first bottles of booze.
In the meantime, you can still go out to grab a few drinks with friends.
You’ll still be able to buy alcohol on the state’s liquor stores, and they’re expected to be open by the time you hit the shelves.