H.B. 96 seeks to change existing law, under which a brewery is generally not allowed to operate a restaurant on its premises and dispense alcoholic beverages, to create a license for limited production breweries that …More
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House Bill 4174 would allow direct sales of beer and wine from supplier to consumer.
Senate Bill 583 allows brewery-public house licensee to also hold off-premises sales license under certain circumstances.
A public hearing has been held on House Bill 6078, which would allow small beer manufacturers to sell kegs of beer directly to consumers.
Senate Bill 623 authorizes Sunday sales of growlers by small brewers.
Passing the full House, House Bill 466 seeks to privatize the sale of wine and spirits through the creation of 1,200 Wine and Spirits Retail Licenses. These licenses would be available to existing beer distributors …More
With the adoption of a committee substitute version, Senate Bill 186 now contains provisions limiting the amount of malt beverages that can be transferred between breweries owned by the same brewer to 100 percent …More
Dying in committee, The Microbrewery Modernization Act of 2015, House Bill 1158, sought to provide that a holder of a permit to manufacture beer who operates a brewery may sell limited amounts of beer on …More
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) released an advisory opinion clarifying existing law by informing brewers that they may sell “original containers” as long as the container contains at least 128 fluid ounces, for example …More
Amended before passing initial committee consideration, H.B.107, among other provisions, would expressly allow taproom sales to consumers for on-premises or off-premises consumption (including growlers which are specified to be containers of 32, 64, and 128 …More