Disruptions related to the pandemic have been affecting the global supply chain. Biden’s regime is supposed to do something urgent about this, but it seems they’re all busy with their own personal vendetta with the past administration.

Yes, the supply chain crisis has reached a critical point… and someone has to do something about it. Instead, Biden continues to implement his tyrannical vaccine mandates causing labor shortage – It’s becoming one of the major problems in huge companies right now, the workers.

Meaning, no workers, then the supply chain is halted.

So, if you’re expecting a cheerful holiday you better stock up on the spirits now. That bottle of Champaign for your New Year’s toast had better be in the cellar before the fragile chain snaps completely.

Several states across the U.S. are still experiencing booze shortages and it’s unclear when supply will be able to meet demand.

“Bottles of everything from champagne to whiskey to tequila are flying off the shelves.” It’s soon to be a crisis because new ones aren’t coming in for a landing.

Jake Duke, regional manager of Spec’s Liquor, shared his thoughts.

“We had 50 people waiting in line, just to see what we had coming in this morning because it’s a guessing game for us, just as it is for the guest,” Duke said. “They don’t know what’s coming. We don’t know what’s coming.”

Every bottle was “gone by the end of the day.” The crisis is spreading relentlessly.

Infact large food producers warn some of their products could be limited come fall and winter. Some fear Joe Biden’s Dec. 18 mandate for companies who work with the federal government to lay off employees who don’t get vaccinated for COVID-19 will make matters worse.

Eric Hoplin, president and CEO of the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors, said there’s already a staffing shortage.

“Because we already have a critical shortage of folks that are working through the supply chain, that order would only exacerbate the issue,” Hoplin said.

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They can still brew the stuff up by the barrel but getting raw materials and bottles to put it in is the real crisis.

A shortage of glass bottles is only part of the container problem. The containers that matter are the ones backed up at sea waiting to unload. “Clearly, right now there’s a shortage of containers. Space on container ships is very, very short.”

Not only are the items in the containers stuck offshore, but the containers themselves are also tied up. Nothing can be moved around until there are shipping boxes to put the goods in.

We can’t get the containers until they’re unloaded and thanks to the Imperial Minister of Transportation who just got back from Paternity leave it’s a huge crisis for the booze business. As a whole, the industry “imports 40% of its products.”

What about the good ole American bootleggers and moonshiners? “Even the smaller, local distilleries that are otherwise relatively immune to the shortage are facing some challenges.” For instance, Ale Ochoa with TX Whiskey isn’t in a crisis yet but they’re not able to get “steel for our barrel barn that we need to age all of our barrels in.”

Glass “is hard to get, and in turn, if we do everything in plastic, we have to order that out. There’s also a shortage of the aluminum needed to make the caps, and the glue to affix the labels.” They limit purchases to “one bottle per customer.”

Sources: Trendingrightwing

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