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Iowa Craft Distillers Can Serve On Premises

A new law going to effect in 2018 in Iowa lets Craft Distillers serve their their customers on and off premises beer and wine.

Iowa craft distillers will be able to offer visitors cocktails at their manufacturing facilities as a result of HF 607. The change puts distilleries on a level playing field with wineries and breweries, proponents said.

With a class B beer permit (in addition to selling beer off premises) local craft distillers will be able to sell beer at their manufacturing facilities to visitors. 

A distiller with a class B beer permit and class A beer permit  whose primary purpose is manufacturing beer may purchase wine from a wholesaler holding a class A wine permit for sale at retail for consumption on the premises covered by the class B beer permit.

The law also raised the fee for a class A beer permit to $750.00.

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