Carolina Craft Distributing owner Jeff LeVine stands in the warehouse of his company in Rock Hill. LeVine's business has blossomed thanks to the South Carolina Legislature changing a law allowing beers with higher volumes of alcohol, such as specialty and craft beers, to be sold.
Carolina Craft Distributing owner Jeff LeVine stands in the warehouse of his company in Rock Hill. LeVine's business has blossomed thanks to the South Carolina Legislature changing a law allowing beers with higher volumes of alcohol, such as specialty and craft beers, to be sold.
Carolina Craft Distributing owner Jeff LeVine stands in the warehouse of his company in Rock Hill. LeVine's business has blossomed thanks to the South Carolina Legislature changing a law allowing beers with higher volumes of alcohol, such as specialty and craft beers, to be sold.

Rock Hill entrepreneur's specialty beer business booming, thanks to change in law

April 10, 2008 12:45 AM

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