Amended in committee, House Bill 1858 seeks to raise the excise tax on low-point beer from $11.25 to $45.00 per barrel to account for its exemption from sales tax.
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Passing the Senate, Senate Bill 383 would allow liquor stores the option to sell refrigerated high-point beer.
Companions House Bill 1967 and Senate Bill 688 require low-point beer manufacturers who assign a brand extension to assign the extension to the licensed wholesaler which has exclusive sales territory for the brand. The measure …More
Passing the Senate and under House consideration, Senate Bill 424 seeks to allow brewery licensees the ability to sell their products directly to consumers on site.
Passing the Senate, S.B. 690 provides conditions for distribution agreement terminations for non-resident brewers.
Senate Bill 691 provides that a wholesaler may not waive the application of state law as it pertains to distribution agreements with manufacturers of low-point beer and that the venue for disputes involving such agreements …More
House Bill 1967 and Senate Bill 688 seek to strengthen franchise law respecting low-point beer.
Senate Bill 424 seeks to allow brewery licensees the ability to sell their products directly to consumers on site.
Senate Bill 613 would allow manufacturers of low-point beer with an annual production of 10,000 barrels or less to hold a wholesalers permit.
Senate Bill 383 would allow liquor stores the option to sell refrigerated high-point beer.