A.B. 4824 would allow special occasion events that promote agricultural tourism to be conducted at breweries located on preserved farmland.
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Senate Bill 255 would allow any manufacturer of beer to provide not more than two branded refrigerated coolers to a liquor permit holder that sells beer for off-premises consumption if certain criteria apply.
Senate Bill 1060 provides for two new permits available to licensed breweries. The first permit participation in wine and food festivals and the sale by the glass, bottle or package of malt and brewed beverages …More
Stripped of its privatization provisions in the Senate after passing the House, House Bill 1690 now provides for, among many provisions, expanded wine and liquor permits for restaurant-hotel licensees, the creation of the Pennsylvania Malt …More
S.B. 164 seeks to allow a manufacturer of beer to operate a restaurant or a bar, which serves beer brewed by the manufacturer, at a location other than the manufacturer’s premises.
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
Following a strong push to include provisions of the Craft Beverage Modernization and tax Reform Act in the year-end tax extenders package passed in December, the tax provisions ultimately failed to get included, although the …More
In response to a second Brewers Association request to the Tax and Trade Bureau regarding formula exemption for commonly used ingredients in the brewing process, TTB issued Ruling 2015-1, Ingredients and Processes Used in the …More
The U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture have released the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The guidelines include a section devoted to alcohol, specifically addressing, among other issues, moderate consumption with an …More
A provision included in the tax extenders legislation passed by Congress broadened the definition of hard cider, increasing the allowable alcohol content to 8.5% abv (from 7% abv), increasing the allowable carbonation level to 6.4 …More