S.B. 554 would allow breweries under 3,500 barrels annual production and without a franchise agreement with a distributor to sell and deliver kegs to vendors under certain conditions.
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Senate Bill 17 seeks to allow governing authorities of counties and municipalities to authorize sales of alcoholic beverages during a certain time on Sundays.
Senate Bill 85 would allow breweries to sell up to 3,000 barrels of the beer they manufacture to consumers for both on and off premise consumption (the latter limited to 288 ounces per person, per …More
Senate Bill 18 seeks to lower the allowable blood alcohol content (BAC) from .08 to .05.
H.B. 1231 would allow a small brewer to sell the brewery’s beer for carryout at a farmers’ market; package the brewery’s beer in a building separate from the brewery; transfer beer to another brewer; employ …More
While placing certain restrictions on carryout sales of cold alcoholic beverages, House Bill 1354 specifically exempts farm wineries, breweries, artisan distillers from those restrictions.
Final recommendations from a working group spearheaded by the State Alcoholic Beverages Division and appointed by the Governor to review and suggest changes to state liquor laws has been released, simplifying the brewery permitting process …More
Governor Brownback’s proposed budget would double the liquor enforcement tax to 16 percent.
Grassroots activism is one of the most powerful tools for small and independent brewers. During the last legislative session, more than half of the U.S. Congress supported lowering the federal excise tax for craft brewers. …More
At the adjournment of the 114th Congress, S. 1562, the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act,had 52 total sponsors in the U.S. Senate and H.R. 2903 has 289 total sponsors in the U.S. House …More