Assembly Bill 1949 allows the holder of a limited or restricted brewery license to sell beer at a community farm market.
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A.B. 1951 authorizes restricted breweries to annually sell up to 1,000 barrels of beer to in-state and out-of-state retailers.
Assembly Bill 1103 would require the Division of Travel and Tourism to advertise and promote tours of breweries in the state.
A.B. 1718 clarifies protections and establishes requirements for certain activities and events hosted or conducted by limited brewery licensees on preserved farmland.
Assembly Bill 1950 would allow patrons of limited breweries to purchase food from a vendor not owned by the licensee, or from a restaurant or other type of food vendor off the licensed premises, to …More
Amended in committee to remove references to wine and cider, Senate Bill 163 would permit liquor license holders with package rights (rights to sell by the bottle for off-premise consumption) to fill and sell growlers …More
S.B. 6313 would require the Commissioner of Taxation and Finance to allow distillers and brewers to file their taxes electronically.
Senate Bill 6556 would exempt the beer, cider and distilled spirits provided by a licensed brewery, farm brewery, cider producer, farm cidery, distillery or farm distillery for a consumer tasting from sales tax.
Companion legislation A.B. 2305 and S.B. 4118 seek to establish the New York craft beverage council within the department of economic development to develop a marketing strategy to promote the state’s fine wines, spirits and …More
H.B. 4026 seeks to phase out the role of Oregon Liquor Control Commission in purchasing, importing, warehousing and retailing of distilled liquors.