The provisions of H.B. 282 relate to wholesale and retail sales from pub breweries.
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Approved by the Governor, Senate Bill 273 permits licensed brewers and resident brewers to conduct non-intoxicating beer sampling and growler sales for off-premises consumption. Additionally, the brewpub bonding requirements are removed.
Passing the House, House Bill 279 allows licensed retailers to sell between 32 to 128 ounces of draft beer to customers in containers filled by an employee of the retailer on the premises for consumption …More
Passing the full House, H.B. 429 calls for reviving the commission to review and consider alcoholic beverage manufacturing processes and retail sales at manufacturing facilities.
House Bill 554, authorizing the sale of beer in refillable containers, has passed the House.
House Bill 606 provides that retail dealers may purchase up to 15 percent of their inventory of beer and wine directly from wineries and breweries without utilizing a wholesale dealer.
Senate Bill 174 provides for the operation of company stores by distillers and brewers at which the public can purchase limited quantities of the beverages produced by such distillers and brewers under limited conditions.
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
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