Bottling Laws

Interesting piece in the  Hartford Advocate about bottling laws for brewpubs in Connecticut. (via BeerInfo)

It’d be very interesting to have this debate in Quebec. Quebec’s craft beer scene is very interesting and very unique, especially through Montreal’s brewpub and beerpub network. One issue is that brewpubs aren’t allowed to sell any beer for off-premises consumption. If brewpubs could sell beer off-premises, they could swap kegs from one brewpub to the next, to be served as guest beer. Because craft beer drinkers often care about diversity, this could be help the craft beer community as a whole.


Author: enkerli

French-speaking ethnographer, homeroaster, anthropologist, musician, coffee enthusiast.

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