Georgia Beer Laws and Our Push For Change

Let’s face it, Georgia beer laws are a little outdated. We’ve made some progress in recent years, however we have now hit a huge milestone that needs our help. Georgia is one of the few states left in the country where it is illegal to buy beer from a brewery. A bill has been introduced to change this and ABInBev’s and SABMiller’s lobbyists are fighting it. We need to stand up for this bill and fight back. Please read this FAQ style guide to understand and do as much as you can to help. If we all try hard enough and get enough people involved, we’ll be able to buy a beer from our favorite brewer, just as we would buy a loaf of bread from a favorite baker.

The proposed bills: HB 314 SB 174 

What businesses are affected?

What does this mean for me?

What does this mean for breweries?

I thought I’ve had a beer at a Georgia brewery, how did that work?

Does this bill favor getting rid of the three tier system?

What if I don’t drink beer, why should I care?

How can I help?

Thank you everyone! This is something very important to me and I hope we change it. Please spread the word and share this guide.

Many thanks,

Blake

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3 Responses to Georgia Beer Laws and Our Push For Change

  1. Bill Butcher says:

    Your link goes to the US Congress rather than the GA House…I would definitely support this legislation if I had the correct contact info…
    Thanks.

  2. abvpod says:

    Hi Bill,

    Thanks for checking out the post. If you go to that link and enter your address, it divides the contacts by national and state reps. See here: http://screencast.com/t/uVHgfafcv3X

    Hope that helps you support!

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