Signed into law, S.B. 376 allows a person to make beer without a license or permit under certain circumstances and allows homemade beer in certain exhibitions, contests, and competitions.
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Signed into law, House Bill 1124 allows licensees permitted to sell beer or wine on tap for on-premises consumption to also serve samples of beer and wine up to a total of four ounces per …More
Failing to advance from committee, House Bill 431 sought to allow the holder of a brewery or small brewery license to manufacture hard cider.
Failing to advance from committee, H.B. 744 sought to remove the requirement that the bottles breweries or small breweries use to sell malt liquor for off-premises consumption from their licensed on-premises establishment, typically half-gallon containers, …More
Following an investigation into possible trade practice violations, The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) has issued a notice alleging that a distributor, Craft Beer Guild LLC, has violated state rules against offering inducements to retailers …More
Passed by the full House, H.B. 121 requires a brew-on-premises facility to obtain a license from the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco control.
Failing to advance in committee, Senate Bill 139 sought to remove the limitation on the number of barrels of malt beverages that a brewpub may manufacture (currently 15,000) during a calendar year.
Dying in committee, Senate Bill 1028 sought to authorize native brewers’ satellite tasting rooms and the transportation of alcoholic beverages to satellite tasting rooms.
Passing the Senate and under consideration in the House, Senate Bill 99 establishes a committee to study allowing the sampling of beer or wine at farmer’s markets.
Signed into law, S.B. 1032 authorizes distillers and manufacturers to produce hard cider.