Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 583 authorizes the holders of off-premises sales license or direct shipper permits to deliver malt beverages for delivery to consumer or to ship malt beverages for delivery to consumer. …More
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Failing to advance from committee, House Bill 2135 sought to remove the prohibition against local government enactment of taxes on alcoholic beverages.
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-5) toured No-Li Brewhouse in Spokane, Wa. on Friday, July 31. The visit was arranged with the assistance of Jim Koch of Boston Beer Co. The Congresswoman enjoyed a No-Li taster tray and toured No-Li’s …More
August recess is soon upon us. The magical time when much of Washington, D.C. vacates and heads back to their home states and districts for an entire month. Right now is the perfect time for …More
Passing both legislative chambers on before the Governor for action, House Bill 3237 allows a manufacturer, distributor, or importing distributor to furnish free social media advertising to a person having a retail license if the …More
Signed into law by the Governor, H.B. 2223, among other provisions, bans the sale of powdered alcohol.
Signed by the Governor, H.B. 232 authorizes manufacturers for low and high alcoholic content beverages and brewers for low alcoholic content beverages to sell certain quantities of these beverages at the facility where they are …More
Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 424 provides that manufacturers and wholesalers may donate malt liquor, wine or spirits to be used as prizes or for auctions to public broadcasting stations, incorporated civic organizations and …More
Signed by the Governor, Senate Bill 99 establishes a committee to study allowing the sampling of beer or wine at farmer’s markets and a committee to study powdered or crystalline alcohol.
Passed by the Assembly and under Senate consideration, Assembly Joint Resolution 109 designates the third weekend in October each year as “Shuck, Sip, and Slurp Weekend” to promote New Jersey oysters, wine, and beer.