Failing to pass House committee, House Bill 496 sought to increase the tax applied to each gallon of beer sold or transferred, by $0.20, from $0.30 to $0.50.
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H.B. 161 would require beverage manufacturer licensees to pay the beer tax on beverages sold at farmers’ markets.
House Bill 98 authorizes brew pubs to manufacture alcoholic cider.
House Bill 1420 establishes a class 10 modern brewery license which, among other provisions, would allow the holder to sell annually up to 4,000 barrels of beer brewed by the license holder for on-premises consumption. …More
Reported from committee, Senate Bill 1334, allowing the holder of a limited or restricted brewery license to sell beer in growlers at a seasonal farm market, was amended and reported from committee. The amendments …More
Companion bills House Bill 71 and Senate Bill 210 authorize the holder of a Class 8 Farm Brewery license to sell or serve any type of food (instead of only specified types of food) if …More
Companions A.B. 4559 and S.B. 2948 would permit the issuance of a craft distillery license to the holder of a limited brewery license, restricted brewery license, plenary winery license, or farm winery license, for use …More
H.B. 5932 would remove the label requirement for alcoholic beverages manufactured and sold only in the state of Connecticut.
House Bill 5938 would exempt craft beer manufactured in-state and sold in-state from state labeling requirements, provided such craft beer is in compliance with all applicable federal regulations.
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.