North Carolina businessman can’t sell his own beer in his own restaurants « Hot Air: "Two years ago, Greensboro businessman Marty Kotis had an idea. He’d start a brewery to complement his handful of restaurant properties in town. The Pig Pounder Brewery (named for a beloved beer from a now-defunct restaurant he set out to recreate) now occupies a 3,700 sq-ft building and is ready to produce five microbrews for local customers.
But those people will not be customers at Kotis’ restaurants, as he envisioned. Because of a post-Prohibition law, the state’s Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) says it cannot issue him the necessary permits to serve his own beer at his own restaurants."
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