November 8, 2018, Introduced by Senator HUNE and referred to the Committee on Regulatory Reform.



     A bill to amend 1998 PA 58, entitled


"Michigan liquor control code of 1998,"


by amending section 534 (MCL 436.1534), as added by 2008 PA 218.




     Sec. 534. (1) Upon application in a manner acceptable to the


commission and payment of the appropriate license fee, the


commission shall issue a small distiller license to a person


annually manufacturing in Michigan this state spirits in an amount


not exceeding 60,000 gallons, of all brands combined.


     (2) A small distiller may only sell at retail from the


licensed premises either or both of the following:


     (a) Brands it manufactures on the licensed premises for


consumption off the licensed premises, at a price posted by the


commission under section 233.


     (b) Brands it manufactures on the licensed premises for


consumption on the licensed premises.


     (3) A small distiller may give samplings or tastings of brands


it manufactures on the licensed premises.


     (4) A small distiller shall comply with the server training


requirements of section 906.


     (2) A small distiller may have an approved tasting room and


sell at retail in accordance with sections 536 and 537.


     (3) (5) This section does not allow the sale of spirits


transacted or caused to be transacted by means of any mail order,


internet, telephone, computer, device, or other electronic means.


     Enacting section 1. This amendatory act does not take effect


unless all of the following bills of the 99th Legislature are


enacted into law:


     (a) Senate Bill No._1154.                                  




     (b) Senate Bill No. 1164.                                  




     (c) Senate Bill No. 1165.                                  




     (d) Senate Bill No._1160.                                  




     (e) Senate Bill No. 1159.                                  




     (f) Senate Bill No. 1166.                                  




     (g) Senate Bill No._1155.                                  



     (h) Senate Bill No. 1156.