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California began the sale of recreational marijuana on January 1. The market is expected to hit $3.7 billion by the end 2018. That number will increase to over $5 billion in 2019. The price of pot is also expected to increase up to 15%. California is applying a new excise tax on recreational sales. There’s […]

Recreational cannabis sales began at the start of the New Year in California, and the market is already expected to bring in billions in revenue this year. Veuer’s Sam Berman has the full story.

Will Trump’s Trade Policy Fit Into a Can of Beer?The Beer Institute, a trade group, said the 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum would amount to a $347 million tax on the beverage industry.By KEVIN GRANVILLEMARCH 2, 2018As President Trump announced sweeping trade tariffs on imported steeland aluminum, raising the specter of a possible trade […]

UB’s Ebitda rose by 50.8%, even after accounting for increases in expenses on salaries, promotions and other expenses

Women’s Jamaican Bobsled Team Gets New Sled From Red Stripe Beer The beer company had no problem supplying the team with a new sled after they were left without one less than a week before competing. The team’s driver coach Sandra Kiriasis left the team after Jamaican Boblsed and Skeleton Foundation wanted to demote her […]

Entertainment News-Treatment Rambut Aubrey Beer Program yang menyuguhkan berita atau informasi menarik dari dunia entertainment, di dalam dan luar negeri berdasar pada fakta dan informasi. Program ini juga akan membahas berita dari dunia musik, film, fashion, seni, biografi, dan event-event. —————-Official Website: www.netmedia.co.id

Forget bubble baths, how about beer baths? Iceland recently opened its first beer spa. Visitors soak in 104-degree farenheight bubbling beer, yeast and hops. Its the volcanic country’s first beer spa. Bjorbodin Spa houses seven indoor beer tubs, they’re large enough to fit two people each. James Valles reports. (BNO News)

People in Turkey are choosing to brew their own alcoholic beverages to avoid high prices in pubs and clubs. Bar owners say high taxation is killing their business and accuse the government of having religious motives.To find out more go to: http://www.dw.com/en/turkeys-beer-lovers-turn-to-home-brewing-amid-soaring-alcohol-taxes/a-42073801

Shocking moment hitman s.hoots v.ictim d.ead from close range as he enjoys a beer with friend. This is the shocking moment a hitman shot dead a dad-of-two from close range as he enjoyed a can of beer with a friend. Geovane Lima Freitas, 37, died instantly after being shot three times in the head at […]

People in Turkey are choosing to brew their own alcoholic beverages to avoid high prices in pubs and clubs. Bar owners say high taxation is killing their business and accuse the government of having religious motives.