Receiving favorable votes in both legislative chambers, 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 …More
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Senate Bill 139 seeks to remove the limitation on the number of barrels of malt beverages that a brewpub may manufacture (currently 15,000) during a calendar year.
House Bill 165 prohibits the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control or any other state agency from prohibiting the advertising of price discounts or sales on alcoholic beverages offered for retail sale provided that the …More
House Bill 187 contains provisions relative to the issuance of tenant/host brewer licenses for the purpose of producing and packaging beer.
H.P. 744 removes the requirement that the bottles breweries or small breweries use to sell malt liquor for off-premises consumption from their licensed on-premises establishment, typically half-gallon containers, be provided by the breweries and have …More
House Bill 431 allows the holder of a brewery or small brewery license to manufacture hard cider.
Dying in committee, Senate Bill 349 sought to remove the requirement that beer dispensed by a brewery at its on-premises location for off-premises consumption be in bottles with labels unique to the brewery.
Senate Bill 326 creates a liquor manufacturing license for a research facility at a postsecondary educational institution. Under the bill, other liquor manufacturers, known as subject manufacturers, may produce malt liquor, wine, sparkling wine, fortified …More
Senate Bill 39, allowing for up to 9 tenant brewers at a time at the manufacturing facility of a host brewer, has been signed into law.
S.B. 361 seeks to change the definition of “legal age” for purposes of the possession consumption, supplying, purchase, or sale of wine or beer to nineteen years of age or more.