S.B. 293 seeks to exempt kombucha, a fermented tea-based drink, from the excise tax imposed on malt liquor, low-alcohol spirits, wine and hard cider.
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H.P. 744 removes the requirement that the bottles breweries or small breweries use to sell malt liquor for off-premises consumption from their licensed on-premises establishment, typically half-gallon containers, be provided by the breweries and have …More
House Bill 431 allows the holder of a brewery or small brewery license to manufacture hard cider.
Dying in committee, Senate Bill 349 sought to remove the requirement that beer dispensed by a brewery at its on-premises location for off-premises consumption be in bottles with labels unique to the brewery.
Senate Bill 326 creates a liquor manufacturing license for a research facility at a postsecondary educational institution. Under the bill, other liquor manufacturers, known as subject manufacturers, may produce malt liquor, wine, sparkling wine, fortified …More
Senate Bill 39, allowing for up to 9 tenant brewers at a time at the manufacturing facility of a host brewer, has been signed into law.
Senate Bill 349 removes the requirement that beer dispensed by a brewery at its on-premises 30 location for off-premises consumption be in bottles with labels unique to the brewery.
L.D. 122, titled An Act to Standardize Pints of Beer Sold in Maine, requires that if an on-premises retail liquor licensee offers for sale a pint of malt liquor, the container it comes in must …More
Senate Bill 39 seeks to allow up to 9 tenant brewers per host at a manufacturing facility.