Beer Law

BEER LAW: Homebrewing legalized in Utah

Here’s a link to an article about the grass root efforts in UTAH to legalize home brewing. Hopefully this will encourage more people to home brew.  It’s fun and a good way to teach cooking and science. Sean Grassroots Beer Brewers Score a Victory in Utah Written by Benjamin Dangl Just three companies control […]

BEER LAW – Transportation laws restrict Home Brewers from sharing

Free Beer, Please Local homebrewers find state laws a bit prohibitive. By Laura Onstot Jerome Seipp loves beer. He’s spent 15 years perfecting his recipes for India Pale Ale and Belgian-style brews, and uses “cheers” as a signoff. But he can’t bring his beer to a wedding or even the barbecue next door, as state […]

BEER LAW – pending legislation to allow full-strength beer sales in supermarkets

Here’s a new beer law story.  This ones originates in Colorado.  From the information provided, there is legislation in the mix to allow the sale of full-strength beer at grocery and convenience stores.  Currently, only beer lower than 3.2% can be sold. I understand that this will take sales away from the liquor stores, but […]

Archaic beer laws are haunting Montana residents

OK. I read this story today (sorry, it’s semi long) and I immediately thought — NO WAY — removing beer from the shelf that was approved for local sale? Punishing a local retailer for a law thats out dated? OK. Maybe I am jumping to conclusions (where is my red stapler). Check out this story. […]

Mayflower Brewing Company

Matt Steinberg left Offshore Brewing Company to join Mayflower Brewing Company less than a year ago. He brings with him the knowledge of running a brewpub and brewing quality beers. We had been lucky enough to enjoy a couple of his brews at Offshore Brewing Company. The most notable was the “Laughing Laird” – which […]
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