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.
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.
SB 2183, a bill that would legalize homebrewing in the state of Mississippi, passed the full Senate and is now moving on to the House.
House Bill 2223 was drafted to allow Kansas homebrewers to legally share homebrew at club meetings and enter homebrew competitions, and is scheduled for a hearing before the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs on February 8, 2013.
The American Homebrewers Association is working with Raise Your Pints to promote bills in both the Mississippi House (HB 431) and Senate (SB 2183) that would legalize homebrewing in Mississippi.
SB2183 to legalize homebrewing in Mississippi was approved today by the Senate Economic Development Committee. It now goes on to Tourism Committee, where a vote could happen tomorrow.
House Bill 354, to legalize homebrewing in AL, died when the 2012 legislative session ended before the bill was called for a vote before the Alabama Senate. With the gains made this year, 2013 looks promising for legalizing homebrewing in Alabama.
Thanks to the commitment of engaged beer activists and the work of the Garden State Craft Brewers Guild, pro-small brewery legislation has been signed into law by Governor Christie.
Governor Chris Christie signs into law legislation that will help small brewery access to market in New Jersey.
Senator Michael Ellis and Representative Dean Kaufert have agreed to sponsor LRB 3101, which if passed would lift current restrictions that prohibit homebrew from being transported outside of the home where it was made.
The Garden State Craft Brewers Guild is once again requesting that New Jersey beer enthusiasts take action to support legislation beneficial to the state's small and independent brewers and craft beer consumers.
On July 18, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed legislation recently reported on by BrewersAssociation.org which will provide tax credits for local breweries