Before the Governor for action, Senate Bill 689 expands the types of packages in which malt liquor may be sold to include single bottles, cans and pouches of beer.
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Signed into law, House Bill 112 requires food that is intended for human consumption and that is offered for sale on or after July 1, 2016 to be labeled as produced from genetic engineering if …More
Recently signed into law by Maryland’s Governor, House Bill 464 authorizes the holder of a Class 7 micro-brewery (on- and off-sale) license to sell at retail beer brewed under the license to customers for consumption …More
House Bill 337 was approved by Maryland’s Governor. The bill authorizes a holder of a Class 8 farm brewery license to obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license. Also signed into law by the Governor, …More
House Bill 3512, the so-called “Stone Bill,” has been signed into law. The bill allows for breweries to sell food on premise and brewpubs to enter into distribution.
Citing a lack of time to gather the necessary signatures, liquor privatization supporters have ended their efforts to get a measure on the November ballot that would privatize sales in the state.
The New York State Liquor Authority has issued guidance concerning requirements for brand label registration.
Gaining Senate committee approval, A.B. 1928 seeks to prohibit a beer manufacturer or a beer and wine wholesaler from offering, funding, producing, sponsoring, promoting, furnishing, or redeeming any type of coupon and a licensee authorized …More
New law in Connecticut, H.B. 5099 allows holders of caterer liquor permits to also be holders of manufacturer permits for brew pubs and manufacturer permits for beer and brew pubs.
New Hampshire’s Governor approved Senate Bill 257 establishing a commission to study the sale of beer in refillable containers. The previously included authorization for off-premises and on-premises licensees to sell beer in sealed refillable containers …More