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Indiana Distribution Bill in Conference Committee

Assigned to conference committee, Senate Bill 175 requires a primary supplier that wants to amend, cancel, terminate, or refuse to renew a distribution agreement entered into with a beer wholesaler to act in good faith, with good cause, and with …Read More

Carryout Sales Bill Amended in IN

Amended in Senate committee, H.B. 1396 provides, among many provisions, that if any provision, or application of any provision, concerning the manufacture, importation, distribution, or retail sale of alcoholic beverages is deemed to be in conflict with federal law or …Read More

Indiana Distribution Bill Advances

Passing the Senate and referred to House Committee, Senate Bill 175 requires a primary supplier that wants to amend, cancel, terminate, or refuse to renew a distribution agreement entered into with a beer wholesaler to act in good faith, with …Read More

Carryout Sales Addressed in IN Bill

Amended prior to passing the House, H.B. 1396 seeks to allow the holder of a food hall vendor’s permit and a retailer’s permit who also holds a permit for a small brewery, a farm winery, or an artisan distillery to …Read More

Distribution Provisions Proposal Moves in IN

Passing the Senate, Senate Bill 175 requires a primary supplier that wants to amend, cancel, terminate, or refuse to renew a distribution agreement entered into with a beer wholesaler to act in good faith, with good cause, and with due …Read More

Carryout Bill Passes Indiana Senate

Passing the Senate, S.B. 310 would allow a person who holds a restaurant permit in an economic development area and an interest in a brewery, farm winery, or artisan distillery located on or adjacent to the restaurant, to sell alcoholic …Read More

Food Hall Carryout Bill Intro’d in IN

H.B. 1396 seeks to allow the holder of a food hall vendor’s permit and a retailer’s permit who also holds a permit for a small brewery, a farm winery, or an artisan distillery to sell carryout alcoholic beverages at the …Read More

Carryout Issues Addressed in IN Bill

S.B. 310 would allow a person who holds a restaurant permit in an economic development area and an interest in a brewery, farm winery, or artisan distillery located on or adjacent to the restaurant, to sell alcoholic beverages for carryout …Read More

Farmer Market Sales Considered in Indiana

House Bill 1371 would allow small brewers and artisan distillers to sell their products for carryout at a farmers’ market. Read More

Liquor Issues Related to Beer Wholesalers Considered in IN

H.B. 1528 seeks to allow a beer wholesaler to purchase and import liquor from a primary source of supply for beer and wholesale liquor if the wholesaler’s primary source of supply for beer has been the wholesaler’s primary source of …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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