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Oregon Production Limit Under Review

Senate Bill 138 removes the production limit for brewery-public house licensee selling malt beverages, produced by licensee at wholesale, to other licensees of Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Read More

Oregon Bills Could Change Taxation on Alcoholic Beverages

Companion bills House Bill 2135 and Senate Bill 12 seek to remove the prohibition against local government enactment of taxes on alcoholic beverages. Read More

Liquor Privatization Efforts Ended in Oregon

Citing a lack of time to gather the necessary signatures, liquor privatization supporters have ended their efforts to get a measure on the November ballot that would privatize sales in the state. Read More

Senator Wyden Discusses S. 3339 with Oregon Craft Brewers

Senator Ron Wyden Meets with members of the beer industry about S.3339. The Senator is a co-sponsor to the proposed small brewers excise tax reduction bill.Read More

Senator Wyden Visits Ninkasi Brewing, Promotes S. 3339

Oregon Senator Ron Wyden stopped by Ninkasi Brewing and spoke with brewers and hop farmers promoting S. 3339. The bill would help to create jobs in and around the states rich craft beer industry.Read More

Representative Schrader (OR) Latest Co-sponsor on Small Brewer Excise Tax Reduction Legislation

Representative Kurt Schrader recently signed on in support of HR 4278. Total number of sponsors for the bill sits at 92.Read More

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Pete Johnson

State & Regulatory Affairs Manager

Pete Johnson serves as the State & Regulatory Affairs Manager for the Brewers Association. He joined the BA at its inception in 2005, having previously worked as Programs Director for the Brewers Association of America. Before coming to the small brewing industry in 2001, Pete worked for 14 years with both state and federal elected officials in Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.

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