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Offline udubdawg

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any homebrew/commercial legal restrictions?
« on: May 31, 2018, 02:20:43 PM »
Sometimes at the conference there have been awkward or painless laws in effect on what can be poured, where. For instance I'm sure everyone present remembers the silliness of walking out of the banquet in San Diego, pouring your beer in the hall, and walking back in...

So, anything like that this year? This affects me, as I almost always have a cooler bag on my shoulder with homebrew in it. Will this be legal at, say, the Kickoff Party? Thanks in advance. I try to follow local laws, even when they are stupid...

Side note: Since KCBM will not be pouring at Club Night, so I asked my hometown club to adopt me for the night - I'll pour with South Sound Suds Society (Olympia, WA) and am bringing the '17 CMOTY NE Cider and the '18 Mazer Cup BOS spiced pyment. And likely other stuff. Stop by and say hi.

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Re: any homebrew/commercial legal restrictions?
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2018, 03:57:36 PM »
There are restrictions this year. I'll let Matt speak to them.
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