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Article - Alcoholic Beverages




§2–212.

    (a)    (1)    This subsection does not apply to a Class 6 pub–brewery license.

        (2)    The holder of a distillery, rectifying, winery, limited winery, brewery, or farm brewery license may apply for and obtain, under a different name, one or more additional distillery, rectifying, winery, limited winery, brewery, or farm brewery licenses for the same or different premises.

        (3)    (i)    The holder of multiple manufacturer’s licenses at the same location may allow the sampling, sales, and consumption of products produced under the licenses at each of the licensed premises.

            (ii)    The sampling, sales, and consumption of products shall be consistent with the authorization for each license.

        (4)    The additional licenses may be issued to different persons or under trade names used by persons occupying all or a part of the same premises.

        (5)    A holder of a license listed in paragraph (2) of this subsection may hold additional licenses listed in paragraph (2) of this subsection of the same or of a different class.

        (6)    The holder of a micro–brewery license may apply for and obtain not more than one additional micro–brewery license for another premises.

    (b)    (1)    The holder of a rectifying or winery license may apply for and obtain a wholesaler’s license of any class for the same premises or elsewhere as provided under this article.

        (2)    The holder of a Class 4 limited winery license may apply for and obtain a Class 6 limited wine wholesaler’s license for the same premises or elsewhere as provided under this article.

        (3)    (i)    The holder of a Class 5 brewery license or Class 7 micro–brewery license may apply for and obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license in accordance with this paragraph.

            (ii)    A holder of a Class 5 brewery license that was selling the holder’s own beer at wholesale in the State as of January 1, 2013, may obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license to continue to sell the holder’s own beer at wholesale in the same location in an amount that is not more than 3,000 barrels annually.

            (iii)    A holder of a Class 5 brewery license that produces in aggregate from all its locations not more than 22,500 barrels of beer annually may obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license and distribute not more than 3,000 barrels of its own beer annually.

        (4)    A holder of one or two Class 7 micro–brewery licenses that produces in aggregate from all of its locations not more than 22,500 barrels of beer annually may obtain a Class 7 limited beer wholesaler’s license and distribute beer that:

            (i)    totals annually not more than 3,000 barrels in aggregate from all of its locations; and

            (ii)    has been brewed at the location from where it is distributed.

        (5)    The holder of a Class 1 distillery license may apply for and obtain a Class 8 liquor wholesaler’s license for the same premises or elsewhere as provided under this article.



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