Tuesday, April 03, 2012

TABC Online Product Database

AUSTIN - The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) has made its full label approval database available online to the public.

The move to make this information public is part of TABC's increasing transparancy effort and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. They state that a "parent or teacher's ability to view a product's label and see the alcohol content can help them play a more educated role in monitoring a young person's activities."

Consumers can search the database by permit number, brand name, manufacturer, type of product, approval date or percent alcohol by volume, with each record including a graphic image of the approved label.

1 comment:

beergeek said...

Seriously? Craft beer is finally making a move in Texas and you want to brew a smoked beer with chipolte peppers??? I wish you guys would brew some real beers instead of these novelty beers. Leave the "off centered" beers to Dogfish Head. Jester King could be a great Texas beer if they would drop the gimmick beers and put out some delicious IPA, IIPA, Pale Ales, Stouts without the smoked stuff, brown ales, wheats, etc. Thirsty Planet has the right idea.