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Alcohol Delivery Extension Sent to CO Governor

Passing both chambers of the legislature, Senate Bill 213 seeks to allow the sale of alcohol as part of delivery or takeout orders through June 30, 2021. Read More

Home Delivery Addressed in GA Bill

Before the Governor for action, House Bill 879 seeks to allow a packaged goods retailer to deliver malt beverages and wine in unbroken packages purchased by an individual for personal use to an address designated by such individual, subject to …Read More

Delivery Rules Relaxed in Louisiana

Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 178 relaxes certain rules governing the delivery of alcohol. Under the bill’s provisions, third-party delivery companies would be allowed to use independent contractors in addition to their own employees, provides that only malt …Read More

MA Beer and Wine Sales Ballot Initiative Withdrawn

After being certified to appear on the November ballot, proponents have decided that no further action on Initiative Petition No. 19-14: Petition for a Law Relative to the Sale of Beer and Wine by Food Stores will occur this year …Read More

Tasting Room Sales Bill Advances in MI House

Referred to a second House committee after Senate passage, S.B. 665 would allow a brewer that is not a micro brewer and that produces less than 120,000 barrels of beer per year to sell its beer for on-premises consumption at …Read More

Wide-Ranging MI Alcohol Code Revisions Become Law

A package of sixteen bills has been signed into law which amend various sections of the Michigan Liquor Control Code to revise provisions concerning such things as tax payment frequency, brand extensions, beer festival special licenses, and beer in growlers, …Read More

Craft Sales Tax Exemption Intro’d in NJ

A.B. 4193 provides a temporary sales and use tax exemption for sales of alcoholic beverages by a craft alcoholic beverage manufacturer to a purchaser. The exemption would be effective until it is determined by the Governor that an emergency no …Read More

Liquor Direct Shipment Bill Intro’d in NY

A.B. 10448 would authorize the direct intrastate and interstate shipment of liquor. Read More

On-Site Sales Tax Exemption Considered in New York

Senate Bill 8393 would exempt alcoholic beverages sold at retail by a licensed producer of alcoholic beverages to a customer where such sale occurs either at the brewery, winery or distillery where such alcoholic beverage was produced or as a …Read More

OH Bill Looks to Extend Alcohol to-Go, Delivery

House Bill 669 would allow bars, restaurants, small breweries, micro-distilleries, and wineries (retail permit holders) to sell drinks to personal consumers in covered cups or other containers for off-premises consumption, including via delivery. The bill authorizes a food delivery service …Read More

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Pete Johnson

State & Regulatory Affairs Manager

Pete Johnson serves as the State & Regulatory Affairs Manager for the Brewers Association. He joined the BA at its inception in 2005, having previously worked as Programs Director for the Brewers Association of America. Before coming to the small brewing industry in 2001, Pete worked for 14 years with both state and federal elected officials in Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.

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