HB389 Alabama 2014 Session
Under existing law, tastings of wine, beer, and distilled liquors are not allowed in retail stores or state liquor stores
This bill would allow a retail licensee or a state liquor store to conduct tastings of wine, beer, and distilled liquor
This bill would impose a fee for a tasting license for a retail licensee
This bill would allow tastings to be conducted at a retail license location and a state liquor store
To amend Section 28-3A-25, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to the regulation of alcoholic beverages; to permit a retail licensee on the licensed premises and the state within a state liquor store to conduct wine, beer, and distilled liquor tastings; to impose a fee for a retail licensee to obtain a tasting license and to allow for tastings at state liquor stores and at retail locations.
|February 4, 2014||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Economic Development and Tourism|
|Bill Text||HB389 Alabama 2014 Session - Introduced|