A.B. 569 would allow beer wholesalers and certain beer manufacturers to deliver beer, as specified, to daily on-sale general licensees between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
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Approved by the Governor, Senate Bill 1235 expands an exemption from provisions of the California Retail Food Code (CRFC) for premises set aside for a beer tasting facility that currently serves chips and pretzels to …More
Receiving the Governor’s approval, A.B. 2004 allows a beer manufacturer to sell packaged beer at a farmers market (with certain restrictions) and allows for wine to be served at a private event held on the …More
Signed into law by the Governor, A.B. 2010 imposes a maximum of six duplicate beer manufacturers licenses with retail privileges (not to include production), up to two of which may also include a bona fide …More
Before the Governor for action, Senate Bill 1235 seeks to expand an exemption from provisions of the California Retail Food Code (CRFC) for premises set aside for a beer tasting facility that currently serves chips …More
After passing the Senate an amended version of California Craft Brewers Association-sponsored A.B. 2004 has been referred to an Assembly committee. The bill seeks to allow a beer manufacturer to sell packaged beer at a …More
Signed into law, Assembly Bill 2609 adds a new provision to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act that allows nonprofit organizations established for the purpose of promoting home brewing to serve beer at fundraising events subject …More
Amended in the Senate and returned to the Assembly for concurrence, A.B. 2010 adds beer that a brewer considers to have “product quality” issues to the list of conditions under which beer may be returned …More
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed AB 2203 sponsored by California Craft Brewers Association, that will make it illegal for any person to obliterate, mutilate or mark out the manufacturers name on a metal keg without …More
Signed into law, A.B. 1928 has been returned to the Assembly for action. The bill seeks to prohibit a beer manufacturer or a beer and wine wholesaler from offering, funding, producing, sponsoring, promoting, furnishing, or …More