CHAPTER 60. STATE CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS.

§60-4-2. Licenses for manufacture.

(a) The commission may grant licenses for the manufacture of alcoholic liquors. Separate licenses shall be issued to the following classes of manufacturing establishments:

(1) Distilleries in which only alcoholic liquors other than wine or beer is manufactured;

(2) Wineries in which only wines are manufactured;

(3) Breweries in which beer is manufactured;

(4) Bottling plants in which beer only is bottled;

(5) Industrial plants in which alcohol is distilled, manufactured or otherwise produced for scientific, chemical, mechanical or industrial purposes;

(6) Farm wineries in which only wines are manufactured; and

(7) Mini-distilleries in which only alcoholic liquors other than wine, beer or nonintoxicating beer are manufactured.

(b) The commission may grant multiple licenses for the manufacture of alcoholic liquors or nonintoxicating beer to the same person or entity: Provided, That such licensure does not violate other provisions of this code, the licensee meets all requirements for the license established by the commissioner, and licensee submits the full payment of all fees required for licensure: Provided, however, That the licensee maintains all the rights and privileges associated with each license not violative of state or federal law.

§60-4-2. Licenses for manufacture.

Bills Affecting §60-4-2

2003 Regular Session: SB610
2004 Regular Session: HB4079
2005 Regular Session: HB2522
2005 Regular Session: SB234
2005 Regular Session: SB715
2006 Regular Session: HB4676
2007 Regular Session: HB2962
2007 Regular Session: HB3087
2007 Regular Session: SB416
2007 Regular Session: SB712
2007 Regular Session: SB712
2008 Regular Session: HB3087
2008 Regular Session: HB4168
2008 Regular Session: SB473
2009 Regular Session: HB2415
2011 Regular Session: SB276
2016 1X: HB114
2016 Regular Session: HB4712
2017 Regular Session: HB3098
2020 Regular Session: HB3098