Assembly Bill 3925 seeks to authorize, under certain circumstances, limited brewery licensees to operate restaurants.
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Passing committee, Assembly Joint Resolution 80 designates second full week in May of each year as “New Jersey Beer, Wine and Spirits Week” and Wednesday of that week as “New Jersey Restaurant Day.”
Companions S.B. 2548 and A.B. 3925 seek to authorize the holder of a limited brewery license (not more than 300,000 barrels annual production) to also operate a restaurant on the licensed premises if the premises …More
Assembly Bill 3871 requires Division of Travel and Tourism to advertise and promote tours of breweries in the state.
Assembly Resolution 164 urges New Jersey residents to purchase beer, wine, and spirits made in New Jersey and support this State’s beer, wine, and spirits industries.
Assembly Joint Resolution 80 designates second full week in May of each year as “New Jersey Beer, Wine and Spirits Week” and Wednesday of that week as “New Jersey Restaurant Day.”
Senator Robert Menendez, original co-sponsor of the Small BREW Act, visited Flying Fish Brewery on July 8. This is his second meeting with Flying Fish owner Gene Muller this year.
Governor Chris Christie signs into law legislation that will help small brewery access to market in New Jersey.
U.S. Congressman Rob Andrews (NJ-1) recently visited the new Flying Fish Brewing Co. facility in Somerdale, N.J.
Small business in New Jersey prompts Lt. Governor's visit to Flying Fish.