A bill that includes provisions to raise the production cap on small Indiana breweries is moving forward. The House Public Policy Committee has approved HB 1311, which would boost the limit to 90,000 barrels per year. Production is currently capped at 30,000 barrels.

It also involves provisions for small breweries to sell at farmer's markets and minimum food requirements for brewers that sell beer by the glass.

You can view the full bill by clicking here.

Source: Inside INdiana Business

February 17, 2015

Statement From The Brewers of Indiana Guild on Committee Passage of House Bill 1311

“Brewers of Indiana Guild is pleased that HB 1311 has passed committee. Raising the barrel limit for small breweries will not only help Indiana's largest breweries in the near future: It will also help existing and future breweries grow by giving them the opportunity to sell more craft beer in the state, benefiting their immediate communities and allowing the Indiana brewing industry to stay competitive on a national level.”

Source: Brewers of Indiana Guild

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