House Bill 201 proposes to create a farm brewer’s license to permit the manufacture and sale of Vermont beer and cider.
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Failing to pass committee, House Bill 253 sought to allow breweries, wineries and distilleries to offer samples to customers on the facility premises.
Passed by both legislative chambers, 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.
House Bill 68 would allow beer manufacturers to produce beer containing not more than 21% alcohol by volume and prohibit the inclusion of caffeine or other stimulants in beer containing more than 12% alcohol by …More
Failing to pass the House, House Bill 1225 would allow members of the military between the ages of 18 and 21 to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages on military installations within the state if so …More
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.
Senate Bill 454 seeks to allow small brewer licensees to conduct beer tastings and sales at three off-premises locations.
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.