If you’ve bought beer, wine or liquor in Montgomery County, you probably know the has some the most restrictive alcohol regulations in all of Maryland. The head of the County Liquor Control Office joins us to explain the system, its origins, and its effect on County life (including how it generates more than $200 million dollars in revenue annually.)


  • George Griffin Director of the Montgomery County Department of Liquor Control, President of the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association
  • Adam Borden Executive Director, Marylanders for Better Beer and Wine Laws

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