Wide-Ranging MI Alcohol Code Revisions Become Law

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A package of sixteen bills has been signed into law which amend various sections of the Michigan Liquor Control Code to revise provisions concerning such things as tax payment frequency, brand extensions, beer festival special licenses, and beer in growlers, among others. Part of that package, H.B. 5343 doubles the amount of beer a micro brewer may self-distribute to 2,000 barrels per year, not including sales to consumers on the micro brewer’s licensed premises.