2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XIII - ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
Chapter 178 - LIQUOR LICENSES AND FEES
Section 178:13 - Brew Pub License.

NH Rev Stat § 178:13 (2015) What's This?

    178:13 Brew Pub License. –
    I. A brew pub license shall authorize the licensee to manufacture beer in quantities not to exceed 2,500 barrels annually primarily for consumption on the licensed premises.
    II. A brew pub licensee may sell beer manufactured on the premises or manufactured by the licensee at a host brewer facility to individuals for on-premises and off-premises consumption and to New Hampshire licensed retailers and wholesalers. A brew pub shall maintain a full service restaurant and may subsequently serve beverage and liquor as permitted by RSA 178:21, II(a)(1), RSA 178:22, V(e)(2), and RSA 178:22, V(q).
    III. Each brew pub shall maintain records showing all transactions associated with the business and shall file reports with the commission on or before the tenth day of the following month, which shall indicate the sales made under paragraph II.
    IV. A brew pub licensee shall pay the same monthly fee as required by RSA 178:26 for each gallon of beverage manufactured less the quantities sold outside New Hampshire or to New Hampshire wholesalers. Fees shall be paid to the commission on or before the tenth day of the following month.
    V. Each brew pub licensee shall have the right to transport the beverage it manufactures in barrels, kegs, bottles, or other closed containers within the state for sale to licensees and to the state border for transportation and sale outside the state.
    VI. A brew pub licensee may transport its products to a farmers' market, and may sell such products at retail in the original container.
    VII. A brew pub licensee may be issued a tenant brewer license under RSA 178:12-b if the licensee meets the requirements of RSA 178:12-b. Beer or specialty beer produced or packaged by a brew pub licensee as a tenant brewer at a host brewer facility shall be included in the production limit in paragraph I.

Source. 2003, 231:13. 2007, 20:1. 2012, 140:3, eff. Aug. 6, 2012. 2014, 200:10, 11, eff. July 1, 2014.


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