Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 63 allows breweries to provide up to 36 ounces for on-premise consumption and up to 72 ounces for off-premise consumption per day from the brewery premises and only in …More
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Failing to advance from committee, H.B. 107, among other provisions, would expressly allow taproom sales at the licensed premises to consumers for on-premises or off-premises consumption (including growlers which are specified to be containers of …More
Signed into law by the Governor, Senate Bill 186 contains provisions authorizing the Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco to issue a vendor’s license to a manufacturer of malt beverages for the sale of alcoholic …More
House Joint Resolution 154 creates The Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Study Commission.
Stalled in committee, Senate Bill 128 would allow small breweries to enter into enforceable contracts with beer wholesalers.
Senate Bill 4282 seeks to exempt brewers who produce less than 60,000 barrels of beer a year from the requirement to file annual information returns with the department of taxation and finance.
S.B. 293 seeks to exempt kombucha, a fermented tea-based drink, from the excise tax imposed on malt liquor, low-alcohol spirits, wine and hard cider.
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 as …More
A.B. 569 would allow beer wholesalers and certain beer manufacturers to deliver beer, as specified, to daily on-sale general licensees between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday.
Approved by the Governor, Senate Bill 440 would allow winegrowers and small brewers to obtain wine or beer directly from a winegrower or small brewer without going through a licensed New Mexico wholesaler. The bill …More