Failing to advance, House Bill 6078 sought to allow small beer manufacturers to sell kegs of beer directly to consumers.
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Senate Bill 392, providing for the sale of Connecticut manufactured beer and spirits at farmers’ markets, has failed to advance from committee.
Under committee consideration, H.B. 5770 would require holders of manufacturer permits for beer, cider and apple wine, apple brandy and eau-de-vie, farm wineries, brew pubs and beer and brew pubs to offer nonalcoholic beverages for …More
House Bill 5033 would allow the holder of a manufacturer permit for cider to offer tastings, on the premises of the permittee, of free samples of cider and apple wine manufactured on the premises.
A public hearing has been held on House Bill 6078, which would allow small beer manufacturers to sell kegs of beer directly to consumers.
Senator Richard Blumenthal recently paid a visit to one of his local breweries, Thomas Hooker, to discuss his support for the Small BREW Act. The Senator, who is also a member of the Small Brewers Caucus, joined 24 of his …More
House Bill 6455 seeks to allow restaurants and bars to fill growlers.
House Bill 6078 would allow small beer manufacturers to sell kegs of beer directly to consumers.
Senate Bill 392 seeks to create a farmers’ market beer and spirits permit to allow the sale of Connecticut manufactured beer and spirits at farmers’ markets.
Senate Bill 3 seeks to prohibit manufacturers and out-of-state shippers from requiring wholesalers to pay for alcoholic liquor upon delivery and to give wholesalers in good standing a reasonable amount of time to pay for …More