Article - Alcoholic Beverages
(a) There is a beer, wine, and liquor tasting (BWLT) license.
(b) The Board may issue the license to a holder of a Class A beer, wine, and liquor license.
(c) The license authorizes the holder to allow consumption of beer, wine, and liquor for tasting.
(d) (1) An individual may consume beer and wine covered by the license in a quantity of not more than:
(i) 3 ounces from each offering of beer; and
(ii) 1 ounce from each offering of wine.
(2) An individual may consume wine in a quantity of not more than 6 ounces from all offerings in a day.
(3) An individual may consume liquor covered by the license in a quantity of not more than:
(i) 0.5 ounce from each offering; and
(ii) 1.5 ounces from all offerings in 1 day.
(e) The bottles of wine that may be opened at any one time at a wine tasting event are:
(1) all bottles in a wine preservation system that the Board approves; and
(2) not more than six other bottles of wine opened by a holder of a solicitor’s permit, the holder of the BWLT license, or an employee of the license holder.
(f) The Board shall set the annual license fee.