Province cuts markup for small beer brewers

  Edmonton Journal 

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Starting Friday, eligible small beer brewers are now able to apply for a reduced markup from Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC), a move that could cut the fee one brewer pays the provincial government to sell its booze by almost 50 per cent. “It’s small, but obviously has a big impact. It is a […]

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