To avoid unpleasant surprises by brewers’ pop-up retail outlets, the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project’s summary on brewer’s permits explains what municipalities can do to regulate brewer’s off-site outlets.
Wisconsin law prohibits adults from providing a location for underage drinking. Read the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project’s summary of the Social Host Law.
Low-height advertising of alcohol, such as on short pillars known as bollards, is highly effective at attracting the attention of young children, which primes them for greater alcohol consumption. See what actions the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project recommends for reducing bollard (and other low-height) advertising in your community.
People who sell or serve alcohol while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs may make poor decisions about when to refuse service to an underage or intoxicated patron. This analysis by the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project summarizes explains how sober server or impaired server ordinances can help communities.
A 50-state analysis of responsible beverage service training programs.