New York just passed a bill that will allow farm distilleries in the state to also sell beer, cider, and other NY craft beverages for on-site consumption. AuburnPub.com reports on the law change:
"Coming soon to a farm distillery near you: other New York craft beverages that you will be able to drink on site.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill Tuesday to allow farm distilleries to sell New York beer, cider and wine for consumption at their facilities. The measure corrects a loophole that prevented farm distilleries from selling beers, ciders and wines.
Farm breweries, cideries and wineries were allowed to sell other New York-labeled craft beverages for on-site consumption.
With Cuomo's signature, the law will take effect immediately...."
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