Beer and wine producers are hoping legislators will ease state laws that limit the size of kegs that can be sold.
Beer and wine purveyors are pushing in different directions. Beer distributors want to sell smaller kegs to retail customers, while wineries want to sell larger kegs to wine bars and restaurants.
Idaho wineries can sell containers ...
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