S.B. 287 establishes standards for establishment of farm breweries that produce less than 150,000 gallons of malt beverages on lands zoned for exclusive farm use or mixed farm and forest use.
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Government affairs current issues, news and announcements from the Brewers Association and members of the House and Senate Small Brewers Caucus.
On December 20, 2017, Congress passed H.R. 1, the Tax Cut and Jobs Act. Learn more about how this bill could affect your brewery.
Passing initial committee consideration, S.B. 132 would change the definition of beer to increase the ABW from 3.2% to 4.8% (4% ABV to 6% ABV).
The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act of 2019 (S. 362; H.R. 1175) has been introduced in Congress. The legislation makes permanent the tax and other provisions passed as part of the Tax …More
S.D. 1866 would limit to fourteen the number of one day alcoholic beverage licenses available to one entity annually.
Proposed Bill 742 would require breweries to offer their products for on-premise sale and consumption or for on-premise sale for off-premise consumption, but not both.
Senate Bill 197 and House Bill 356 seek to repeal the expiration date of the statutory language giving brewers the ability to lease to retailers portable refrigeration units.
Proposed Bill 6658 seeks to restrict the holder of a manufacturer permit for beer to sales to the holder of a wholesaler permit and to prohibit the holder of a manufacturer permit for beer from …More
House Bill 634 addresses the ability to provide retailers with non-refrigeration dispensing equipment and seeks to increase dollar limits relating to retail displays and advertising. Currently, a distiller, wholesaler, winemaker, or brewer may give or …More
Proposed Bill 6846 seeks to increase the sales limit for breweries for off-premises consumption to nine gallons.
A.B. 3208 seeks to lower the blood alcohol concentration required for driving while intoxicated from .08 to .05, and for aggravated driving while intoxicated from .18 to .12.