Stop the Beer Tax!: Sign The Axe The Beer Tax Petition
Beer lovers UNITE! Join Beer Canada and beer fans across Canada to prevent another hike in beer prices. Tell the federal government how you feel about their increasing federal taxes on beer. Need more info before you sign the Axe The Beer Tax Petition? Get it right here!
By The Beer Community on Jan. 17, 2018
Canada’s favourite beverage is going to get a little more expensive. The federal government has announced that it is increasing taxes on beer. The increase amounts to approx. 5 cents on a 24 pack. While that doesn’t sound like alot, did you know that 47% of the price of beer is already TAX!
Beer Canada, the trade association that represents brewers across Canada wants you to be beer educated. Head to their website for more facts about the Canadian Beer Industry and to sign the petition.
Sign the petition to Axe the Beer Tax or make your social media mark with #AxetheEscalatingBeerTax.
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