The Pint is hosted by Billy Jones of Moye White LLP. Each episode explores the intricacies and challenges of owning and operating a brewery, distillery, winery, or brewpub. We’ll share our experiences, success stories, and lessons learned.
From Finance to Whiskey: The Evolution of Laws Whiskey House
In the fifth episode of The Pint, Moye White attorney Billy Jones ditches the lawyers and gets a real guest: Peyton Mason, the CFO of Laws Whiskey. Enjoy this socially distanced podcast discussing one of Colorado’s most renowned and innovative whiskey distiller, Laws Whiskey House.
The Pint is a freewheeling discussion of craft beer, craft spirits, and the law. Listen to The Pint on Spotify, iTunes, or anywhere podcasts are available.
Teeth-Stainers from the Western Slope: Colorado’s Established and Burgeoning Wine Industry
When you think of Colorado, you probably think mountains, skiing, hiking, and the great outdoors. You may not necessarily think wine. Colorado’s Western Slope has a unique climate that has birthed a robust fruit business. Palisade peaches, apples, cherries, plums, apricots, and pears make up some of the finest produce to be found anywhere. So, why not the Western Slope’s grapes? In episode 4 of The Pint, we break you out of the orchards and into the vines for a mouth-watering discussion of Colorado’s burgeoning wine industry.
Do I even need a distribution contract? Yes!
Craig and Billy discuss beer distribution law, aka the beer franchise laws. They’ll discuss how to start a distribution relationship, how to handle issues within the distribution relationship, and your rights as a brewer.
Prohibition and its Sudsy Ripple Effect: A Licensing Introduction of Where It All Started
Test your American history with Billy Jones and Jessica Hunter as they delve into the history of liquor licensing in America. They talk through Prohibition and its impact on current liquor licensing and what you need to know if you’re a brewer in Colorado.
Accidentally on Purpose
In our inaugural episode of The Pint, we discuss the birth of Moye White’s Brewing and Distilling practice Group and answer the question, “Why would a bunch of attorneys want to spend time in the brewing and distilling industry?”