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.
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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.
Passing the Senate, S.B. 690 provides conditions for distribution agreement terminations for non-resident brewers.
H.B. 96 seeks to change existing law, under which a brewery is generally not allowed to operate a restaurant on its premises and dispense alcoholic beverages, to create a license for limited production breweries that …More
Senate Bill 643 allows a Class 7 micro-brewery licensee that produces in aggregate from all of its locations up to 22,500 barrels of beer annually may obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license and …More
Senate Bill 691 provides that a wholesaler may not waive the application of state law as it pertains to distribution agreements with manufacturers of low-point beer and that the venue for disputes involving such agreements …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.