02 February 2011

ND Proposal Would Let Homebrewers Sell Their Beer

If HB660 and the Wholesale Beer Distributors of Texas weren't  big enough windmills to tilt at, here's an idea from North Dakota.  Dan Ruby (R) has introduced a bill into the state legislature that would establish a domestic brewery license that would let home beer brewers sell their suds, offer beer tastings, set up stalls at trade shows, and sell their beer to wholesalers for wider state distribution.

You think WBDT would let that happen here?  Pshaw! They would have their pet legislators kill this bill faster than you can say "We have the best legislature money can buy"!

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posted by Jeff Holt at 07:46

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Blogger Darren said...

That is awesome, can you get whoever is sorting this out to come down to Australia next?

7:09 PM  
Blogger Jeffrey said...

I've been sitting here trying to think of a reason why this is a bad thing. But I also keep remembering that people who keep bees can bottle their honey. People who have a few goats make cheese. This is not an unreasonable thing.

7:49 PM  

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