Senate Bill 349 removes the requirement that beer dispensed by a brewery at its on-premises 30 location for off-premises consumption be in bottles with labels unique to the brewery.
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Senate Bill 123 would prohibit a person or club holding a liquor control license or retail wine or beer permit, or their agents or employees, from selling, giving, possessing, or supplying for human consumption powdered …More
Passing both legislative chambers, House Bill 131 provides that “Beer” means beer or high alcoholic content beer for the purposes of beer brewers and wholesalers.
Amended and passed by the full House, H.B. 1311 raises the barrel limit for a small brewery from 30,000 to 90,000 barrels a year and prohibits a small brewer from selling and delivering more than …More
Amended and passed by the full Senate, Senate Bill 297 changes the amount of barrels of beer that a microbrewery may manufacture in a calendar year for sale or distribution within Indiana from 30,000 to …More
Amended in committee, House Bill 348 defines and prohibits the consumption, purchase, possession, or sale of powdered alcohol.
Under committee consideration, H.B. 5770 would require holders of manufacturer permits for beer, cider and apple wine, apple brandy and eau-de-vie, farm wineries, brew pubs and beer and brew pubs to offer nonalcoholic beverages for …More
House Bill 5033 would allow the holder of a manufacturer permit for cider to offer tastings, on the premises of the permittee, of free samples of cider and apple wine manufactured on the premises.
Amended before passing the Senate, Senate Bill 1030 increases the maximum production limit for a microbrewery from 40,000 barrels per location to 200,000 barrels in aggregate; requires a microbrewery that exceeds the calendar year limit …More
An appeals court has found in favor of MillerCoors in a suit involving a contract dispute with Pennsylvania distributor Frank B. Fuhrer Wholesale Co. At issue was whether MillerCoors had contravened Pennsylvania law in assigning …More