California's Caffeinated Beer Ban Signed Into Law

On Monday, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 39, banning the sale and production of caffeinated beer in California after January 1, reports the LA Times.The Sacramento Bee reports that California is the seventh state to ban caffeinated beer, and that most manufacturers are changing their formulas to exclude caffeine. The FDA has already moved to block production and sale of such beverages nationwide, notes California's Capitol.

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