Signed into law by the Governor, House Bill 706 allows restaurants to charge a corkage fee for beer and cider (such fees are already allowed for wine) consumed on their premises.
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Passing the House and under Senate consideration, House Bill 2342 would allow domestic breweries, microbreweries, and beer certificate-of-approval holders to perform personal services to beer and/or wine specialty shop licensees (e.g. services to inform, educate, …More
House Bill 310 would phase down the wholesale sales tax rate on distilled spirits.
Amended in the House following Senate passage, S.B. 578 provides that for a limited brewery licensees located on land on which agriculture is a permitted use.
H.B. 2182 strikes the requirement that a beer and wine store be 5,000 square feet in area in order to be eligible for sampling privileges.
Passing both legislative chambers, Senate Bill 163 would permit liquor license holders with package rights (rights to sell by the bottle for off-premise consumption) to fill and sell growlers of beer.
Failing to advance from committee, S.B. 563 sought to allow a manufacturer of spirits, wine or malt liquor with a retail license to sell its products for off premises consumption without the licensed premises being …More
S. 1562, the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act, was introduced in the U.S. Senate on June 11 by Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) and companion H.R. 2903 was introduced in the U.S. House of …More
Held in committee for further study, House Bill 7303 would allow for the sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises of a manufacturer (up to 72 ounces of malt beverages per day) and for the …More
Passing the Senate in amended form, S.B. 277 seeks to allow a microbrewery to manufacture and distribute not more than 100,000 gallons of hard cider. Under current law, microbreweries may manufacture only beer.