House Bill 140, seeking to raise the excise tax on malt beverages by 4.5 cents per liter, has failed to receive consideration.
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Passing the House, H.B. 1179 excludes the production of cider from the commodity assessment that applies to vinifera wine grape growers and producers, which funds the advertising of Washington wines through the Washington Wine Commission.
Tabled in the Senate following House passage, House Bill 1002 seeks to direct funding to the Department of Revenue to upgrade the electronic tax collection technology for submitting reports and remitting taxes related to alcoholic …More
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.
Assembly Bill 5422 would provide a tax credit to wineries, breweries and distilleries for bottling, packaging, and labeling expenses.
Companions A.B. 4176 and S.B. 2451 provide for a $0.25 fee to be included in the price of each alcoholic beverage sold in certain municipalities for the purpose of funding alcohol education, rehabilitation and enforcement.
House Bill 718 has been deferred in committee, while its companion Senate Bill 759 remains active in the Senate. The bills seek to reduce the per gallon tax rate to twenty-seven cents on beer sold …More
Senate Bill 327 seeks to allow beer wholesalers the ability to deliver beer between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. on Sunday to holders of a special license allowing for the sale of …More
House Bill 4174 would allow direct sales of beer and wine from supplier to consumer.
Senate Bill 583 allows brewery-public house licensee to also hold off-premises sales license under certain circumstances.