Small breweries to pay less under new tax law

MARSHALL, Mich. (WOOD) — Small breweries across the country may be raising a toast to Congress and President Donald Trump because of a section in the federal tax overhaul that decreases the levies they have to pay.

Aaron Morse swore he’d never return to Marshall after college. He also said he’d never own his own business. He was wrong. He’s owned Dark Horse Brewing Co. in Marshall for 20 years now.

“I wouldn’t change it for the world now,” he said. “I love it.”

Though Morse says he doesn’t like to mix politics and business, he has kept at least one eye on the new tax law that Trump signed last month.

“It’s going to put more money into our hands that we can spend either giving to our employees, or more equipment, expansions, putting more people to work,” Morse said.

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