Amended in committee and passed, Senate Bill 63 now allows breweries to provide up to 36 ounces (previously 72) for on-premise consumption and up to 64 ounces (previously 144) in a single container for off-premise …More
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Amended in Senate committee after passing the House, House Bill 770 authorizes retail dealers with a liquor license to sell beer, malt beverages, or cider in non-original packages; brewpubs and small craft producer pubs with …More
Signed into law by the Governor, House Bill 184 clarifies that the self-distribution privilege afforded small brewers (those brewing less than 30,000 barrels annually) applies only to beer which is produced by the small brewer, …More
Signed into law, Senate File 144 sets a minimum annual production of 50 barrels (lowered from 100 barrels) for microbreweries.
Becoming law with the Governor’s approval, S.B. 1272 creates a limited distiller’s license for distilleries that (i) manufacture no more than 36,000 gallons of spirits per calendar year, (ii) are located on a farm in …More
Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 1269 allows a person holding multiple licenses for the manufacture of wine, beer, spirits, or cider to provide samples of any alcoholic beverage produced on the licensed premises to …More
Signed into law, House Bill 48 makes it unlawful for a person to use, offer for use, purchase, offer to purchase, sell, offer to sell, furnish, or possess powdered alcohol for human consumption.
Passing the Senate, Senate Bill 937 seeks to prohibit the retail sale of granulated alcohol. Allows sale of granulated alcohol at wholesale only for scientific, industrial, manufacturing or other purposes approved by Oregon Liquor Control …More
Passing both legislative chambers, S.B. 471 would allow alternating proprietorships to be established so that manufacturing facilities and equipment of a small brewer licensee may be used by another small brewer licensee to produce beer.
Signed into law, 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