Current Nevada Legislation:

Compared to other states, Nevada has some of the most restrictive laws regarding production limits that force closure of a taproom. Of all the western states, only three have similar restrictions forcing a brewer to close operations to the public when certain production levels are met; Arizona (250,000 barrel cap), Idaho (30,000 barrel cap) and Nevada (15,000 barrel cap). Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Colorado, New Mexico, and even Utah have no restrictions that force a brewery to close a taproom if an arbitrary production limit is reached.

The Free My Beer NV Festival!

When: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 5 - 7pm
Where:The Fox Brew Pub - 310 S Carson St, Carson City, NV 89701
What:Over 20 of Nevada’s Craft Brewers Free Event for those supporting Local Craft Brewers in Reno, NV

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What SB130 & AB431 Would Do in Nevada

The passage of SB130 – would result in a retail limit of 10,000 barrels and an overall limit of 30,000 barrels. Increasing the limit on the number of barrels of Malt Beverages that an operator of the or more brew pubs may manufacture in any calendar year.

The passage of AB431 – Will no longer limit brew pubs to two locations, giving them the potential to open an unlimited number of locations statewide. The bill also raises the amount of beer craft brewers can make from 15,000 barrels to 40,000 barrels per year and ups the retail limit from 2,000 barrels to 5,000 barrels a year.

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Check Out The Supporters of SB130 & AB431

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