Vevay Businesses Cited For Alcohol Offense During Wine Fest
(Vevay, Ind.) – Indiana State Excise Police cited three businesses and arrested one minor during the Swiss Wine Festival this past weekend.
The excise officers patrolled the festival in Vevay enforcing Indiana’s alcoholic beverage code, The Madison Courier reports. By the end of the weekend, the officers had filed preliminary charges against three businesses.
The River House Bar and Grill was cited for allowing a minor to loiter, employing unlicensed personnel, and failure to maintain employee-permit records. The minor, a 20-year-old man from Alabama, was preliminarily charged with Minor in a Tavern and Illegal Consumption of Alcohol.
Striker Bowling Center was cited on charges of unauthorized dealings (retail-to-retail alcohol purchase), employing unlicensed personnel, and failure to maintain employee-permit records.
Indian Creek Winery from Georgetown, Indiana was cited for serving wine at the festival without a permit.