CHAPTER 60. STATE CONTROL OF ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS.

§60-6-2. When lawful to manufacture and sell wine and cider.

The provisions of this chapter may not prevent:

(1) A person from manufacturing wine at his or her residence for consumption at his or her residence as permitted by §60-6-1 of this code.

(2) A person from manufacturing and selling unfermented cider;

(3) A person from manufacturing and selling cider made from apples produced by him or her within this state to persons holding distillery licenses, if the manufacture and sale is under the supervision and regulation of the commissioner;

(4) A person from manufacturing and selling wine made from fruit produced by him or her within this state to persons holding winery licenses, if the manufacture and sale is under the supervision and regulation of the commissioner;

(5) The holder of a winery or a farm winery license from selling wine for off-premises consumption sold at retail at the winery or the farm winery, as provided in §60-3B-4 of this code, or for any other person who is licensed under this chapter to sell wine as a wine supplier or distributor; and

(6) The holder of a distillery, mini-distillery, or micro-distillery license from selling alcoholic liquor for off-premises consumption sold at retail at the distillery, mini-distillery, or micro-distillery, as provided in §60-3A-4 of this code.

Bills Affecting §60-6-2

2003 Regular Session: HB2358
2003 Regular Session: SB112
2005 Regular Session: HB2522
2005 Regular Session: SB234
2007 Regular Session: SB712
2010 Regular Session: HB4466
2011 Regular Session: HB2169
2012 Regular Session: HB2169
2013 Regular Session: HB2943
2013 Regular Session: SB480
2014 Regular Session: SB218
2015 Regular Session: SB23
2020 Regular Session: HB4697
2021 Regular Session: HB2912
2021 Regular Session: HB2912