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Canned Cocktail Bill Moves to Indiana Senate

Advancing to the Senate, H.B. 1025 defines “mixed beverage” as a prepared cordial, cocktail, or highball that is in a can or container that holds not more than twenty-four (24) ounces of the beverage and is a mixture of: (1) …Read More

Low ABV Spirits Addressed in HI Bill

House Bill 1982 defines “low alcohol by volume spirits beverage” as any alcoholic beverage containing no more than five per cent alcohol by volume including distilled spirits mixed with other ingredients and establishes a tax on low alcohol by volume …Read More

Beer Definition Changes Proposed in HI

Senate Bill 2354 and companion H.B. 2522 expand the definition of “beer” under the liquor regulatory laws to mean any alcoholic beverage containing no less than 0.5 per cent alcohol by volume obtained by fermentation of any infusion or decoction …Read More

Alcohol Tax Increase Intro’d in HI

H.B. 2624 establishes a substance abuse treatment special fund, increases alcohol tax rates to unspecified amounts, and allocates increased liquor tax revenues to the substance abuse treatment special fund. Read More

Malt Beverage Issues Addressed in FL Legislation

House Bill 1107 and companion S.B. 1348 seek to authorize manufacturers of malt beverages to transfer malt beverages to another manufacturer for brewing under certain conditions; specify conditions under which licensed craft breweries may conduct tastings and sell malt beverages; …Read More

Beer and RTD Taxes Addressed in Hawaii Bill

Senate Bill 2096 would amend the definition of “cooler beverage” to include spirits-based beverages thereby qualifying them for a lower tax rate. The bill also seeks to establish a separate, reduced tax rate on beer for qualified small brewers (defined …Read More

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