Responsible alcohol practices remain extremely important in the (hopefully) final leg of the Covid-19 pandemic in America.
The 2020 health crisis completely changed the alcohol industry with cocktails to-go, direct-to-consumer shipping and alcohol ecommerce. These and other pandemic challenges necessitated adaptation from beverage alcohol regulators, who stepped up with responsible alcohol practices tailored to our modern crisis.
In this latest On & Off podcast episode, we recall these challenges from 2020, and also look ahead for what’s next in responsible alcohol practices in 2021. Editors Melissa Dowling and Kyle Swartz interview Steve Schmidt, Sr. Vice President for Public Policy and Communication for the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA). Listen below:
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