A trio of bills, House Bill 6412, House Bill 6415 and House Bill 6562, seek the removal of the nine-liter limit of beer that may be sold per person, per day.
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House Bill 5928 seeks to promote the growing of hops and barley in Connecticut by creating a farm brewery manufacturer permit.
H.B. 5932 would remove the label requirement for alcoholic beverages manufactured and sold only in the state of Connecticut.
House Bill 5938 would exempt craft beer manufactured in-state and sold in-state from state labeling requirements, provided such craft beer is in compliance with all applicable federal regulations.
Amended in the House and subsequently passed, House Bill 5580 requires the Department of Agriculture, in consultation with the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, to develop certain guidelines to create a “Connecticut-Grown beer” designation by January …More
House Bill 5580 establishes a farm brewery manufacturers permit.
Signed into law, S.B. 934 allows beer, brewpub, and beer and brewpub manufacturer permittees to also hold a farmers’ market beer sales permit.
Failing to advance, House Bill 6078 sought to allow small beer manufacturers to sell kegs of beer directly to consumers.
Senate Bill 392, providing for the sale of Connecticut manufactured beer and spirits at farmers’ markets, has failed to advance from committee.
Under committee consideration, H.B. 5770 would require holders of manufacturer permits for beer, cider and apple wine, apple brandy and eau-de-vie, farm wineries, brew pubs and beer and brew pubs to offer nonalcoholic beverages for …More