St. Petersburg, FL, July 25, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Richard Blau, chair of GrayRobinson’s Alcohol Beverage and Food Department and Doug Dozark, head brewer at Cycle Brewing will discuss how Florida’s new growler laws are affecting brewing in the Tampa Bay area on the “Ask the Dom” radio show this Sunday, July 26 at 10am.
Beginning on July 1, 2015, Florida legalized the sale of 64-oz growlers, after a years-long legislative battle. Blau and Dozark will discuss the legislation and what it means for craft breweries in Florida.
Listeners may call into the “Ask the Dom” show live on Sunday, July 26 between 10am-12pm at (727) 579-1025 or (800) 771-1025 with legal questions for Dominic Fariello. Visit www.theboneonline.com/askthedom/ for more information.
About Dominic “The Dom” Fariello
Dominic Fariello graduated with a J.D. from Nova Southeastern University, the Shepard Broad Law Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He currently runs his own law practice in Tampa, FL, in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, traffic law and family law.
His radio show, “Ask the Dom,” on 102.5 The Bone, airs live on Sundays from 10am to noon. On the show, he offers free legal advice to callers, and guests add their professional perspective on topics in their field of interest. For more information visit www.askthedom.com.
About Richard Blau
Richard Blau is the chair of GrayRobinson’s Alcohol Beverage and Food Department and presides over the firm’s Alcohol Industry Team. Richard and his colleagues focus on the rules, regulations, and business practices that govern the marketing, sale and consumption of distilled spirits, wine, beer and other licensed beverages. For more information visit www.gray-robinson.com.
About Doug Dozark
Doug Dozark’s beer-making innovations at Peg’s Cantina inspired his venture with Cycle Brewing, a small brewery and tasting room in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg. Cycle Brewing is celebrating its second anniversary in August. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cycle-Brewing/454861824560821.