The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission seized canning equipment from Cuvee Coffee.
The TABC took the equipment and issued a violation notice to Cuvee Coffee. They say their auditors witnessed employees illegally canning beer.
Cuvee Coffee was issued a written warning in June, and they were given 30 days to stop canning beer.
Under state law, only businesses with a permit to manufacture or brew beer, ale, or malt liquor on-site may "can" their products for resale.
According to a press release by TABC.
FOX 7 spoke with Cuvee Coffee owner Mike Mckim yesterday. According to Mckim the TABC press release is "totally inaccurate." He says that Cuvee did not receive repeated warnings, they were given 1 warning.
In response to TABC’s recent actions Cuvee released the video below to their facebook page.
Cuvee Coffee released an official statement as well...