Passed by the Assembly and under Senate consideration, Assembly Joint Resolution 109 designates the third weekend in October each year as “Shuck, Sip, and Slurp Weekend” to promote New Jersey oysters, wine, and beer.
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Assembly Bill 4391 and Senate Bill 2912 both seek to authorize restricted breweries to annually sell up to 1,000 barrels of beer to in-state and out-of-state retailers.
Companion bills A.B. 4390 and S.B. 2911 seek to allow consumption of food on limited brewery premises.
Assembly Joint Resolution 109 designates the third weekend in October each year as “Shuck, Sip, and Slurp Weekend” to promote New Jersey oysters, wine, and beer.
Companions A.B. 4389 and S.B. 2910 seek to permit certain breweries to sell beer at community farm markets.
A.B. 4370 would permit the issuance of a craft distillery license to the holder of a limited brewery license, restricted brewery license, plenary winery license, or farm winery license, for use on the same licensed …More
Companions A.B. 4176 and S.B. 2451 provide for a $0.25 fee to be included in the price of each alcoholic beverage sold in certain municipalities for the purpose of funding alcohol education, rehabilitation and enforcement.
Assembly Bill 3925 seeks to authorize, under certain circumstances, limited brewery licensees to operate restaurants.
Passing committee, Assembly Joint Resolution 80 designates second full week in May of each year as “New Jersey Beer, Wine and Spirits Week” and Wednesday of that week as “New Jersey Restaurant Day.”
Companions S.B. 2548 and A.B. 3925 seek to authorize the holder of a limited brewery license (not more than 300,000 barrels annual production) to also operate a restaurant on the licensed premises if the premises …More