With COVID-19 concerns, hand sanitizer has been flying off the shelves. But distilleries are creating their own product.
Until last week, alcohol sellers and others were in agreement over the need to make legal changes.
The House Community and Regional Affairs Committee met Saturday in the state Capitol to hear public testimony on House Bill 269. The bill would settle a debate over whether distilleries can serve mixed cocktails in their tasting rooms.
The Alaska Alcoholic Beverage Control Board upended the state’s distilleries by approving new regulations that forbid them from serving mixed drinks.
Craft distilleries in Alaska are reeling after a decision that could change the part of their businesses most accessible to the public: tasting rooms. Distilleries have been operating tasting rooms since 2014 legislation allowing that practice.
Her pottery features a technique called Mishima that allows her to etch fine dark lines onto the surface of her porcelain pieces, marrying her background in drawing and illustration with organic three-dimensional forms.
Around 400 bowls have been made for The Glory Hole’s Empty Bowls event on Sunday. It’s the ninth time the emergency shelter and soup kitchen has held the fundraiser.
Historically, December First Friday is the biggest art walk of the year, but this year November is no slouch.
The Canvas’s Brandon Howard and Kathryn Kell were on a Juneau Afternoon on Thursday and spoke about the Tiles and Fire community art project.