The American Homebrewers Association is working with a group of homebrewers in Alabama to legalize homebrewing in the state. House Bill 354 is scheduled for a hearing before the House Economic Development and Tourism Committee on Wednesday, March 7.
Senate Bill 395, which would lift current restrictions that prohibit homebrew from being transported outside of the home where it was made, is scheduled for a vote before the full Assembly Tuesday, March 6. The bill has already been passed by the Senate.
The Garden State Craft Brewers Guild has requested that beer enthusiasts take action to support legislation beneficial to the state's small and independent brewers and craft beer consumers.
The Brewers Association of Maryland is asking for your help in supporting three bills that are the subject of committee hearings in the next couple of days.
The American Homebrewers Association is working with Raise Your Pints and Mississippi homebrew clubs to promote bills in both the Mississippi House (HB 25 and HB 84) and Senate (SB 2307) that would legalize homebrewing in Mississippi.
Senate Bill 395, which would lift current restrictions that prohibit homebrew from being transported outside of the home where it was made, passed the Senate by a vote of 32-1 on 2/14. SB 395 will be going to a vote before the full Assembly soon.
SB604 allows a brewery licensee to sell beer at retail at premises described in the brewery license for on-premises consumption and in closed containers for off-premises consumption.
Senate Bill 395, if passed, would lift current restrictions that prohibit homebrew from being transported outside of the home where it was made.
On Monday, March 28th, Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed into law Senate Bill 444, meaning Oregon homebrewers can once again legally enter homebrew competitions and bring homebrew to homebrew club meetings and events.
A bill is currently in the Oregon state legislature to allow homebrew consumption outside of the home where the beer was produced. Senate Bill 444 unanimously passed the Senate Business, Transportation and Economic Development Committee Thursday, February
Oklahoma homebrew bill signed into law.
Oklahoma House Bill 2348, which would legalize homebrewing in the state of Oklahoma,