Passing the Senate, Senate Bill 383 would allow liquor stores the option to sell refrigerated high-point beer.
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Passing the Senate, Senate Bill 5280 authorizes the Liquor Control Board to issue an endorsement to a grocery store licensee allowing the sale of beer and cider in a sanitary container brought to the premises …More
House Bill 2332 authorizes microbreweries to manufacture and sell hard cider and mead.
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 House, H.B. 1342 seeks to allow licensed microbreweries to sell cider produced by a domestic winery for on-premises or off-premises consumption.
Awaiting the Governor’s signature, House Bill 168 seeks to prohibit an entity from holding two different types of licenses (e.g. brewery and distributor). The introduction of this legislation is a direct result of the recent …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 both legislative chambers, Senate Bill 273 permits licensed brewers and resident brewers to conduct non-intoxicating beer sampling and growler sales for off-premises consumption. Additionally, the brewpub bonding requirements are removed.
Senate Bill 128 would allow small breweries to enter into enforceable contracts with beer wholesalers which provide for the termination or changing of their relationship with beer wholesalers.
Companions House Bill 560 and Senate Bill 674 increase the annual amount of beer that a Class 5 brewery licensee may sell for on-premises consumption from 500 barrels to 1,500 barrels.