Adopted by the full House, House Resolution 431 urges the Governor and the General Assembly to review the possibilities of increasing distribution fees by 2.5% on craft beer breweries solely to fund childcare services at …More
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Amended in the Senate after passing the House, House Bill 3237 allows a manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor to furnish free social media advertising to a person having a retail license if the social media …More
Awaiting gubernatorial action, H.B. 232 seeks to authorize manufacturers for low and high alcoholic content beverages and brewers for low alcoholic content beverages to sell certain quantities of these beverages at the facility where they …More
Legislative Resolution 315 provides for a study of the contractual relationship between craft breweries and distributors, including whether there should be changes to allow craft beer manufacturers more flexibility when entering and exiting distribution contracts.
Signed by the Governor, L.B. 330, among other provisions, provides tax credits to beer manufacturers for the use of beer-related crops grown in-state.
Legislative Resolution 287 provides for a study of craft breweries and whether brewpubs and microbreweries should be licensed as craft breweries or should have separate licenses.
Amended and passed by the House, Senate Bill 99 establishes a committee to study allowing the sampling of beer or wine at farmer’s markets and a committee to study powdered or crystalline alcohol.
Companions A.B. 4389 and S.B. 2910 seek to permit certain breweries to sell beer at community farm markets.
Assembly Bill 4391 and Senate Bill 2912 both seek to authorize restricted breweries to annually sell up to 1,000 barrels of beer to in-state and out-of-state retailers.
H.R. 232, the Small Brewer Reinvestment and Expanding Workforce Act (Small BREW Act), was introduced in the 114th U.S. Congress on January 8 by Representatives Erik Paulsen (R-MN) and Richard E. Neal (D-MA). Joining …More