Senate Bill 454 seeks to allow small brewer licensees to conduct beer tastings and sales at three off-premises locations.
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Passing the House, House Bill 243, among other provisions, clarifies that small brewers may fill growlers for sale for off-site consumption, allows craft distillers and small brewers to have three offsite premises, just as winegrowers …More
Amended House Bill 339 allows craft distiller and small brewer’s licensees to operate three off-premise locations. Currently, craft distiller and small brewer’s licensees are limited to two off-premise locations but winegrower licensees are allowed three …More
Passing the Senate and now under House consideration, Senate Bill 99 seeks to establish a committee to study allowing the sampling of beer or wine at farmer’s markets.
Failing to advance from committee, House Bill 336 sought to increase the number of barrels (from 10,000 to 60,000) a brewery may produce to qualify as a small brewery and require that the production of …More
Passing an initial committee vote, H.B. 121 requires a brew-on-premises facility to obtain a license from the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco control.
House Bill 1014 would allow a brewer or malt liquor wholesaler to extend credit or lend money to a retailer for a period of 30 days, or until the next subsequent delivery, whichever period of time is …More
Senate Bill 349 removes the requirement that beer dispensed by a brewery at its on-premises 30 location for off-premises consumption be in bottles with labels unique to the brewery.
Senate Bill 123 would prohibit a person or club holding a liquor control license or retail wine or beer permit, or their agents or employees, from selling, giving, possessing, or supplying for human consumption powdered …More
Passing both legislative chambers, House Bill 131 provides that “Beer” means beer or high alcoholic content beer for the purposes of beer brewers and wholesalers.