New Jersey Legislator Introduces Brewery Event Bill

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After the recent dustup that occurred when New Jersey alcohol regulators tried to limit the number of annual events breweries in the Garden State could host, a bill has been introduced in the state legislature to give breweries more flexibility. NJBiz.com has the story:

Sen. Vin Gopal introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow microbreweries to hold special events both on- and off-site with prior notifications to the Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Senate Bill 3155 requires notification 10 days prior to on-site events and 21 days prior to off-site, and notification of the host municipality.

The bill also allows microbreweries to use virtual tours to fulfill tour requirements and clarifies they do not need to fulfill tour requirements when selling products intended for off-premises consumption…

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