Alabama Senator Billy Beasley is getting another shot at passing a bill to allow liquor and wine tastings in state-run liquor stores.
The Senate initially voted down the bill yesterday, but the chamber has agreed to reconsider it.
Senator Beasley will re-introduce it next week.
Beasley says distillers want to do the tastings to market their products.
He says the tastings would be under the supervision of the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
His bill limits the tastings to small amounts of 2 liquors and 4 wines.
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