Among other provisions, L.B. 330 seeks to grant the Liquor Control Commission clear jurisdiction over alcohol in powder form and defines hard cider as beer instead of wine.
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House Bill 336 increases the number of barrels (from 10,000 to 60,000) a brewery may produce to qualify as a small brewery and requires that the production of affiliated companies and beer purchased from other …More
H.B. 121 requires a brew-on-premises facility to obtain a license from the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco control.
Senate Bill 39 seeks to allow up to 9 tenant brewers per host at a manufacturing facility.
Among other provisions, H.B. 1311 raises the barrel limit for a small brewery from 30,000 to 90,000 barrels a year.
Senate Study Bill 1031 would prohibit a person or club holding a liquor control license or retail wine or beer permit from selling or possessing alcoholic liquor in powdered or crystalline form for consumption.
H.B. 1003 would repeal the alcohol wholesaler tax and increase the occupational tax on certain alcoholic beverages.
Senate Bill 73 would extend previously expired tax credits on capital expenditures up to $200,000 to small brewers and removes the limitation that only those with production of 1,500,000 barrels or less qualify.
Companion bills House Bill 2135 and Senate Bill 12 seek to remove the prohibition against local government enactment of taxes on alcoholic beverages.
Assembly Bill 1719 seeks to authorize a credit for beer produced within New York City by a taxpayer that is registered as a distributor.