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Article - Alcoholic Beverages




§12–404.    IN EFFECT

    (a)    Section 2–216(b) and (d) of this article does not apply to a holder of a Class 3 winery license or Class 4 limited winery license who is issued a Class A2 light wine on–sale and off–sale license with respect to the wine manufactured or bottled on the winery premises.

    (b)    (1)    This subsection applies only to a Class 1 distillery and a retail dealer located on contiguous premises in the area commonly known as Port Covington.

        (2)    The Class 1 distillery:

            (i)    may lend a thing of value, make a gift, or offer a gratuity to the retail dealer; but

            (ii)    may not lend money to the retail dealer.

        (3)    The retail dealer:

            (i)    may accept, receive, or make use of a gift or an advertisement provided by the Class 1 distillery; but

            (ii)    may not become indebted to the distillery except for the purchase of alcoholic beverages and allied products purchased for resale.

        (4)    Section 2–216(d) of this article regarding advertisements does not apply to the Class 1 distillery and the licensed retailer.

§12–404.    // EFFECTIVE JUNE 30, 2022 PER CHAPTERS 676 AND 677 OF 2019 //

    Section 2–216(b) and (d) of this article does not apply to a holder of a Class 3 winery license or Class 4 limited winery license who is issued a Class A2 light wine on–sale and off–sale license with respect to the wine manufactured or bottled on the winery premises.



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