Brewers Association Marketing and Advertising Code Updated: Offensive Labels Will Come With Repercussions

April 19, 2017 Published Works

In an article for Craft Brewing Business, attorney Jonathan Dunitz discusses recent amendments to the Marketing and Advertising Code that aim to avoid the use of potentially offensive names and labels and advance the Brewers Association's goal of increasing diversity in the craft beer industry. While the Code's limitations on offensive content are new, the issue dates back much further with varying viewpoints on the issue.

Read "Brewers Association Marketing and Advertising Code Updated: Offensive Labels Will Come with Repercussions" from CraftBrewingBusiness.com.

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