CHAPTER 60. STATE CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS.

§60-6-1. When lawful to possess, use or serve alcoholic liquors.

The provisions of this chapter may not prevent:

(1) A person from keeping and possessing alcoholic liquors in his or her residence for the personal use of himself or herself, his or her family, his or her employee, or his or her guests if the alcoholic liquors have been lawfully acquired by him or her;

(2) A person, his or her family, or employee from giving or serving such alcoholic liquors to guests in the residence, when the gift or service is not for the purpose of evading the provisions of this chapter;

(3) The holder of a winery or a farm winery license from serving complimentary samples of its wine in moderate quantities for tasting on the winery or the farm winery premises; and

(4) The holder of a distillery, mini-distillery, or a micro-distillery license from serving complimentary samples of its alcoholic liquor in moderate quantities for tasting on the distillery, mini-distillery, or micro-distillery premises.

Bills Affecting §60-6-1

2005 Regular Session: HB2522
2005 Regular Session: SB234
2007 Regular Session: SB712
2008 Regular Session: HB4168
2008 Regular Session: SB473
2009 Regular Session: HB2907
2009 Regular Session: HB3067
2009 Regular Session: SB555
2010 Regular Session: HB2907
2010 Regular Session: HB3067
2010 Regular Session: HB4466
2011 Regular Session: HB2057
2011 Regular Session: HB2169
2012 Regular Session: HB2057
2012 Regular Session: HB2169
2013 Regular Session: SB480
2014 Regular Session: SB218
2015 Regular Session: SB23
2020 Regular Session: HB4697
2021 Regular Session: HB2912
2021 Regular Session: HB2912