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AP to promote ready-to-drink alcoholic beverage

BS Reporter  |  Chennai/ Hyderabad 

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After raising the duties and the prices on (IMFL), the on Thursday announced the rules to manufacture ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages.

Distilleries can produce ready-to-drink carbonated alcoholic products with alcohol content not exceeding 5 per cent, according to the rules. The drinks can be made with fruit juices or flavouring agents, etc.The government will levy Re 1 as licence fee on every bulk litre of these beverages.

AP to promote ready-to-drink alcoholic beverage

After raising the duties and the prices on Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL), the Andhra Pradesh government on Thursday announced the rules to manufacture ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages.

After raising the duties and the prices on (IMFL), the on Thursday announced the rules to manufacture ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages.

Distilleries can produce ready-to-drink carbonated alcoholic products with alcohol content not exceeding 5 per cent, according to the rules. The drinks can be made with fruit juices or flavouring agents, etc.The government will levy Re 1 as licence fee on every bulk litre of these beverages.

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