S.B. 471 would allow alternating proprietorships to be established so that manufacturing facilities and equipment of a small brewer licensee may be used by another small brewer licensee to produce beer.
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Senate Bill 454 seeks to allow small brewer licensees to conduct beer tastings and sales at three off-premises locations.
Passing the House, House Bill 243, among other provisions, clarifies that small brewers may fill growlers for sale for off-site consumption, allows craft distillers and small brewers to have three offsite premises, just as winegrowers …More
Amended House Bill 339 allows craft distiller and small brewer’s licensees to operate three off-premise locations. Currently, craft distiller and small brewer’s licensees are limited to two off-premise locations but winegrower licensees are allowed three …More
Substituted and amended, Senate Bill 238 would allow a licensed New Mexico small brewer or winegrower that also holds a dispenser or restaurant license to additionally hold a Small Brewer and Winegrowers Limited Wholesaler License.
Passing the full Senate, S.B. 258 would allow growler sales for those holding a small brewer’s license.
Senate Bill 440 would allow winegrowers and small brewers to obtain wine or beer directly from a winegrower or small brewer without going through a licensed New Mexico wholesaler. The bill will allow winegrowers to …More
Senate Bill 238 seeks to allow New Mexico craft breweries who hold both a small brewers license and either a restaurant or a dispenser license to also obtain a wholesalers license, thereby allowing them to …More
S.B. 258 would allow growler sales for those holding a small brewer’s license.
House Bill 243 defines “growler” to mean a clean, refillable, resealable container that has a liquid capacity that does not exceed one gallon and that is intended and used for the sale of beer, wine …More