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In early June, Pennsylvania went from having little to no chance of meaningful liquor law reform to having one of the most comprehensive updates to the Liquor Code in decades.  In about 24 hours, House Bill 1690 went from a complete stall to passage and signing by the Governor — not even gossip travels that

PaLCB Okays Barrel Swap

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Jameson Irish Whiskey’s Caskmates series is an interesting example of how brewers and distillers are helping each other get creative and push their respective recipes to new grounds.  The Caskmates whiskey line is the result of Jameson sending some of its aging barrels to the Franciscan Well Brewery in Cork, Ireland.  Franciscan Well then brewed an

We broke the news this past Friday that the regulation allowing Pennsylvania breweries to sell beer for consumption on-site without the need for a brew pub or other liquor license was going to become law on Saturday, May 30, 2015. We have been following this regulation closely since we first discovered it was being proposed

Big news in Pennsylvania Beer Law – beginning on May 30, 2015, Pennsylvania Breweries can sell beer for on-site consumption without obtaining a brewpub or restaurant liquor license. With the publication of the PA Bulletin on May 30th, the Liquor Control Board’s regulations will be changed to add §3.93 to the brewery regulations.  As we

Back in October, we broke the news that the Liquor Control Board was proposing to change its regulations to allow Pennsylvania breweries to sell their beer on-site without the need for a brewpub or other retail license. ( http://paalcohollaw.com/?p=508).  Before a new regulation can become effective, however, there is a fairly complex path it must

Pardon the Jay-Z reference. A few weeks ago, a Texas brewery made the craft brew news headlines by offering a 99-pack of beer.  Austin Beerworks released a limited supply of the 99-pack of  its “Anytime Ale” for those occasions where you and your friends need a few dozen more beers than the typical case provides. 

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One of the big issues facing Pennsylvania breweries when they are creating their business plans or just starting out is how to promote their beer and get it into other places.   By virtue of its brewery license, a PA brewery can self-distribute its beer by selling to other licensed entities, including restaurants and distributors.  A

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