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Homebrewing Now Legal!

Homebrewing is now legal in Alabama! On Thursday, May 9, Governor Robert Bentley signed the homebrew legalization bill HB9 into law. The new law went into effect immediately.

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Homebrew Bill Passes Senate

The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) is pleased to announce the Alabama legislature has passed a bill that, once signed by Governor Robert J. Bentley, will effectively legalize homebrewing throughout the state.

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Help Legalize Homebrew Competitions

Homebrew bill HB 630 has been passed by the Illinois House and the Senate Executive Committee, and now awaits a vote before the full Senate, which could happen as soon as this Friday, May 3.

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Legalize Homebrewing

The Alabama homebrew bill, HB9, was passed by the Alabama House on April 2 and reported favorably by the Senate Job Creation and Economic Development Committee by a narrow 3-2 margin on April 17. The next step is for the whole Senate to vote on it.

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Attention IL Homebrewers!

Existing Illinois law does not allow for homebrew to be served outside the home for events like homebrew club meetings and homebrew competitions

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Help Legalize Homebrewing!

Homebrew legalization bills HB9 and SB171 were both passed in committee hearings and could be scheduled for votes before the full House and Senate at any time.

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Help Support Homebrewing Rights

Existing KS law does not allow for homebrew to be served outside the home for events like homebrew club meetings and homebrew competitions. The AHA is supporting an effort by a coalition of Kansas homebrew clubs to resolve this issue.

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MS Passes Bill to Legalize Homebrewing

The American Homebrewers Association (AHA) is pleased to announce that Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant has signed a bill that will effectively legalize homebrewing throughout the state. Mississippi is now the 49th state to permit homebrewing.

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Help Legalize Homebrewing in AL!

Homebrew legalization bills HB9 and SB171 were both passed in committee hearings last week. The next step for both bills is votes before the full House and Senate, which could occur at any time.

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Your Help is Needed to Legalize Homebrewing!

The American Homebrewers Association is working with Right To Brew, a coalition of homebrewers, to promote bills in both the Alabama House (HB9) and Senate (SB171) that would legalize homebrewing in the state. Find out how you can help.

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