Reference is to Printer's Date 5/7/14-H.
Amend the bill, as and if amended, by adding an appropriately numbered SECTION to read:
/ SECTION ___. A. Section 61-2-90 of the 1976 Code is amended to read:
A person desiring a license or permit under this title
must file with the department an application in writing on forms
provided by the department containing a statement under oath
(1) the name, address, date of birth, race, and nationality of the person applying for the license or permit;
(2) the exact location where the business is proposed to be operated;
(3) a description of the type of business to be operated;
(4) whether the applicant or an owner of the business has been involved in the sale of alcoholic liquors, beer, or wine in this or another state and whether
he the applicant or
owner has had a license or permit suspended or revoked;
the applicant has been a legal resident of this State for at
least thirty days before the date of application, and has
maintained his principal place of abode in the State for at
least thirty days before the date of application;
other information required by the department to determine
if the application meets all statutory requirements for the
license or permit and to determine the true owners of the
business seeking the license or permit."
B. Article 17, Chapter 4, Title 61 of the 1976 Code is amended to read:
For purposes of this article:
(1) 'Brewpub' means a tavern, public house, restaurant, or hotel which produces on the permitted premises a maximum of
hundred thousand barrels a year of beer for sale to
consumers, wholesalers, or exporters on the permitted
(2) 'Permitted premises' means those areas normally used by the permittee or licensee to conduct his business and includes, but is not limited to, the selling areas, brewing areas, storage areas, food preparation areas, and parking areas.
(3) 'Person' means an individual, partnership, corporation, or other form of business organization.
Section 61-4-1710. The department may issue a brewpub permit to a person to operate a brewpub in this State subject to the requirements of this chapter and the payment of a biennial brewpub permit fee of two thousand dollars.
Section 61-4-1720. The brewpub permit provided for in this article is in lieu of a permit required for the manufacture of beer or sale of beer and wine including, but not limited to, a brewer's and retailer's permit. The sale of alcoholic liquors for consumption on the premises by the drink requires an appropriate license which may be issued to the holder of a brewpub permit who meets all other qualifications for the license under this title.
Section 61-4-1730. Beer brewed on a permitted premises pursuant to this article must be taxed as provided in Section 12-21-1035. The permittee shall maintain adequate records as determined by the department to ensure the collection of this tax.
A brewpub permit authorizes the holder
(1) produce on the permitted premises a maximum of
hundred thousand barrels of beer a year of
beer for sale:
(a) on draft for consumption on the permitted premises;
(b) in a sanitary container
brought to the premises by
the purchaser and filled at the tap by the permittee at
the time of sale; and
(c) in bottles and cans for consumption by the purchaser off the premises; and
(d) in kegs, bottles, and cans to a wholesaler;
(2) sell the beer of a producer
which that has been
purchased from a wholesaler through the normal three-tier
distribution chain set forth in Section 61-4-940;
(3) serve food or otherwise be qualified as a public eating establishment. This provision may not be construed to exempt a permittee or licensee from the requirement that food must be served in order for a license for the consumption of alcoholic liquors on the premises to be issued; and
(4) sell beer produced on the permitted premises to wholesalers licensed under Chapter 4, Title 61; however, beer produced on the permitted premises shall be sold to exporters and nonresident wholesalers only when the purchase is not for resale in this State.
No person holding a brewpub permit
may shall sell beer, ale, porter, or
other similar malt or fermented beverages on draft, on tap, from
kegs, or from other containers unless approved by the rules and
regulations of the Department of Health and Environmental
Control governing eating and drinking establishments and other
retail food establishments, if the brewpub permittee is
subject to those rules and regulations.
No brewpub permittee may sell or
ship the beer produced on the permitted premises for sale in
another location. Reserved.
Section 61-4-1770. The department may suspend or revoke the permit or license of a person who violates the provisions of this article."
C. Notwithstanding the general effective date of this act, this SECTION takes effect upon approval by the Governor. /
Renumber sections to conform.
Amend title to conform.