SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A new state law allows California supermarkets and large liquor stores to host free tastings of beer, wine and liquor in areas separated by rope, chain or other temporary barrier. A permanently dedicated space was previously required for such events, restricting the numbers of retailers able to take part, according to Bill Dombrowski, president of the California Retailers Association. “It was an economic non-starter since square footage is pretty valuable,” he said. ...
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