The Maryland House of Delegates has voted to ban powdered alcohol.
No powdered alcohol in Maryland. Maryland’s comptroller, health care leaders and the alcohol industry all join forces to keep the potentially dangerous product off the market.
Alcohol wholesalers and distributors in Maryland have agreed to a voluntary ban on the distribution and sale of powdered alcohol.
A concern for parents. The next trend in drinking could soon be in Maryland. It’s called “Palcohol–” a powder designed to turn any liquid into an alcoholic beverage.
A federal alcohol regulatory agency says for now, it is cutting off approval of a new powdered alcohol product designed to turn any liquid into a mixed drink.