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Shared Brewing Premises Bill Heads to DE Governor

Passing the legislature, H.B. 81 allows two or more microbreweries to share brewing equipment if the microbreweries maintain separate premises to sell their product to consumers and wholesalers. Read More

DE Gov Signs Malt Substitute Legislation

Signed by the Governor, House Bill 46 allows Delaware brewery-pub and microbrewery license holders to brew, bottle and sell hard seltzers and other fermented beverages made from malt substitutes and includes specific tax on fermented beverages. The language of the …Read More

Shared Brewing Proposal Moves to DE Senate

Now under Senate consideration, House Bill 81 seeks to allow two or more microbreweries to share brewing equipment if the microbreweries maintain separate premises to sell their product to consumers and wholesalers. Read More

To-Go Extension Signed by DE Gov

Signed by the Governor, H.B. 1 extends the ability of certain licensees to continue to sell alcoholic beverages as part of transactions for take-out, curbside, or drive-through food service so long as certain conditions are met and allows a licensee …Read More

Shared Brewing Proposal Advances in DE

Reported from committee, House Bill 81 seeks to allow two or more microbreweries to share brewing equipment if the microbreweries maintain separate premises to sell their product to consumers and wholesalers. Read More

To-Go Extension on DE Gov’s Desk

Awaiting gubernatorial action, H.B. 1 would extend the ability of certain licensees to continue to sell alcoholic beverages as part of transactions for take-out, curbside, or drive-through food service so long as certain conditions are met and allows a licensee …Read More

DE Bill to Allow Shared Brewing Intro’d

House Bill 81 seeks to allow two or more microbreweries to share brewing equipment if the microbreweries maintain separate premises to sell their product to consumers and wholesalers. Read More

To-Go Extension Pases DE House

Passing he House, H.B. 1 would extend the ability of certain licensees to continue to sell alcoholic beverages as part of transactions for take-out, curbside, or drive-through food service so long as certain conditions are met and allows a licensee …Read More

Seltzer Production Bill Before DE Governor

Before the Governor for action, House Bill 46 seeks to permit Delaware brewery-pub and microbrewery license holders to brew, bottle and sell hard seltzers and other fermented beverages made from malt substitutes and includes specific tax on fermented beverages. The …Read More

DE Bill Extending To-Go Abilities Advances

Clearing initial committee consideration, H.B. 1 would extend the ability of certain licensees to continue to sell alcoholic beverages as part of transactions for take-out, curbside, or drive-through food service so long as certain conditions are met and allows a …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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