Two San Francisco bartenders are circulating a petition asking Brown to let our people go ... make chipotle vodka.
A Prohibition-era law banned bars from creating infusions, allowing the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control to ticket barkeeps for serving sangria, limoncello, and fruit-flavored tequilas -- basically any drink where a bar has altered the alcohol content with its own fruit, vegetables, herbs, or spices.
"It's hurting these establishments financially, and hindering the creative and artistic craft of the cocktail," Harris said.
Could there be a better week for Brown to sign it than right now, San Francisco Cocktail Week?
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