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NJ Legislation Addresses Off-Premise Sales

A.B. 4355 seeks to allow certain breweries to operate off-premises retail salesrooms; permits breweries and wineries to operate joint salesrooms. Read More

Tax Credits Considered in New Jersey

Senate Bill 3217 provides tax credits equal to cost of Jersey Fresh products purchased by breweries and wineries to be used in production of beer or wine. Read More

New Alcohol Retail License Considered in NJ

S.B. 2854/A.B. 3039 establish a new retail alcoholic beverage license authorizing retail food stores to sell alcoholic beverages manufactured in New Jersey for consumption off the licensed premises. Read More

Tax Deduction Proposed in New Jersey

Under the provisions of Senate Bill 2564/Assembly Bill 1344 food and beverage establishments would receive a temporary deduction for remittances of sales and use taxes. Read More

Enhanced Off-Premises Sales Considered in NJ

A.B. 940 / S.B. 1272 would allow limited breweries, certain wineries, cideries, meaderies, and craft distilleries to sell each other’s products for consumption off the licensed premises. Read More

Satellite Location Sales Bill Intro’d in New Jersey

Senate Bill 1267 would allow the holder of a limited brewery license to operate up to fifteen salesrooms apart from the brewery premises; sell their products in original containers or open containers for consumption on the salesroom premises; and to …Read More

State Promotional Resources Considered in NJ

S.B. 2432 provides for the inclusion of alcohol manufacturers on highway signs and for an internet site for alcohol manufacturers in New Jersey. Read More

Farm Market Sales Bill Floated in NJ

Assembly Bill 104 would allow the holder of a limited brewery license, restricted brewery license, craft distillery license, plenary winery license, farm winery license, or cidery and meadery license to sell the licensee’s products at a seasonal farm market for …Read More

NJ Farm Brewery License Proposed

A.B. 242/S.B. 1343 establish a farm brewery license that would permit the licensee to produce malt alcoholic beverages for retail sale to consumers for consumption off the licensed premise and a winery-brewery sublicense that would permit wineries to produce malt …Read More

Tax Credits Considered in New Jersey

Assembly Bill 722 seeks to provide tax credits to the owners and operators of breweries and wineries for purchases of Jersey Fresh products equal to the full price of commodities purchased from a Jersey Fresh Quality Grading Program licensee to …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 (BA). 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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