Senate Bill 326 creates a liquor manufacturing license for a research facility at a postsecondary educational institution. Under the bill, other liquor manufacturers, known as subject manufacturers, may produce malt liquor, wine, sparkling wine, fortified …More
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Senate Bill 39, allowing for up to 9 tenant brewers at a time at the manufacturing facility of a host brewer, has been signed into law.
S.B. 361 seeks to change the definition of “legal age” for purposes of the possession consumption, supplying, purchase, or sale of wine or beer to nineteen years of age or more.
Passing the Senate, 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 …More
Signed by the Governor, House Bill 131 provides that “Beer” means beer or high alcoholic content beer for the purposes of beer brewers and wholesalers.
Significantly amended in Senate committee following House passage, H.B. 1311 would require brewers that are permitted to sell beer by the glass to make food available for consumption on the brewery premises. Additionally provides that the …More
Passing both chambers of the legislature, Senate Bill 297 changes the amount of the barrels of beer that a microbrewery may manufacture in a calendar year for sale or distribution within Indiana from 30,000 to …More
House Bill 3237 allows a manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor to furnish free social media advertising to a person having a retail license if the social media advertisement does not contain the retail price of …More
Senate Bill 1028 seeks to authorize native brewers’ satellite tasting rooms and the transportation of alcoholic beverages to satellite tasting rooms.
Signed into law, Senate Bill 1030 increases the maximum production limit for a microbrewery from 40,000 barrels per location to 200,000 barrels in aggregate; requires a microbrewery that exceeds the calendar year limit for production …More