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Off-Premise Container Size Addressed in AR

House Bill 1950 sets a minimum container size of sixteen ounces for beer to be sold for off-premises consumption. Read More

Spirits Direct Shipping Becomes Law in AR

Signed into law, House Bill 1763 authorizes distillery self-distribution and out-of-state direct to consumer shipments. Read More

RTD Distribution Bill Signed by AR Governor

Signed by the Governor, S.B. 554 authorizes beer wholesalers to distribute certain ready to drink products. Read More

Spirits Direct Shipping Considered in AR

House Bill 1763 would authorize distillery self-distribution and out-of-state direct to consumer shipments. Read More

Beer Definition Addressed in AR Legislation

H.B. 1822 seeks to amend the definition of beer to include malt beverages having an alcoholic content not in excess of twelve percent (12%) by weight. Read More

RTD Distribution Addressed in AR Legislation

S.B. 554 authorizes beer wholesalers to distribute certain ready to drink products. Read More

Small Brewer Delivery Bill Signed by AR Gov

Signed int law, Senate Bill 32 authorizes a retail liquor permit holder, including small breweries and microbrewery-restaurants, to deliver alcoholic beverages directly to a consumer. Read More

Mead Direct Shipments Authorized in Arkansas

Becoming law with the Governor’s signature, House Bill 1370 provides for the direct shipment of mead to consumers. Read More

AR Delivery Bill Fails House Vote

Failing to clear the House following Senate passage, Senate Bill 32 authorizes a retail liquor permit holder, including small breweries and microbrewery-restaurants, to deliver alcoholic beverages directly to a consumer. Read More

Delivery Bill Intro’d in Arkansas

Senate Bill 32 authorizes a retail liquor permit holder to deliver alcoholic beverages directly to a consumer. Read More

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Pete Johnson

State & Regulatory Affairs Manager

Pete Johnson serves as the State & Regulatory Affairs Manager for the Brewers Association. He joined the BA at its inception in 2005, having previously worked as Programs Director for the Brewers Association of America. Before coming to the small brewing industry in 2001, Pete worked for 14 years with both state and federal elected officials in Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.

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