Michigan Liquor Control Code amended to allow Class C and other on-premises licensees to fill growlers and sell to consumers for take-out.

On behalf of Carlin Edwards Brown PLLC on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.

Posted by: Rick Perkins
July 09, 2013

The Michigan Liquor Control Code was amended on July 2, 2013 to allow Class C and other on-premises licensees to fill and sell growlers to consumers for take-out.  Prior to this amendment, only licensed brewers, micro brewers and brewpubs were allowed to fill and sell growlers.  The new legislation allows an on-premises
licensee that also holds a Specially Designated Merchant (“SDM”) license to fill growlers and sell to consumers for consumption off the premises, or take-out sales.

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