Signed by the Governor, House Bill 2160 would allow brewery-public house licensees to sell their products for consumption or retail sales at two locations, rather than the one that is currently allowed by law.
Review a consolidated presentation of the latest legal proceedings or filter updates by state below.
House Bill 5380 would exempt from the sales and use tax the sale of beer and malt beverages at retail.
H.B. 6173 seeks to exempt from sales and use taxes specialized packaging equipment such as kegs for alcoholic beverages.
Signed into law, S.B. 114 allows suppliers or wholesalers of beer, wine and liquor to donate these products to a non-profit organization for sale and on-premises consumption at a special non-profit event for which a …More
Signed into law, Senate Bill 275 allows a brewery brewing and selling beer on its permitted premises to apply for a permit to sell alcoholic liquor by the drink for consumption within a specified area …More
Senate Bill 357 would amend the Michigan Liquor Control Code to allow a wholesaler or manufacturer to refund to a retailer the amount the retailer paid for beer or wine, as applicable, or allow a …More
House Bill 2696 would allow brewer license holders to also have an ownership interest in a business with an on-sale license.
The Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act (S.236/H.R.747) was reintroduced in both chambers of the 115th Congress. Sponsors total 45 in the U.S. Senate and 218 in the U.S. House of Representatives. Specific tax …More
L.B. 632 was amended in the House to remove the “at-rest” provision that requires beer to be brought to a distributor’s warehouse prior to final distribution to a retailer.
A lawsuit has been filed in North Carolina challenging the constitutionality of two state laws that are, according to the filing, “artificially suppressing…economic growth…” In the preamble of the filing, Craft Freedom, LLC, The …More