Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 130. Brewery License. [See delayed repeal note]
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AS 04.11.130. Brewery License. [See delayed repeal note]

(a) A brewery license authorizes the holder to operate a brewery where beer is manufactured and bottled or barreled for sale.

(b) The holder of a brewery license may sell beer in quantities of

(1) not more than five gallons a day to an individual who is present on the licensed premises for consumption off the premises;

(2) more than five gallons a day to a person who is licensed under this title, or in another state or country.

(c) The holder of a brewery license may permit a person to sample small portions of the brewery's product free of charge unless prohibited by AS 04.16.030 .

(d) The biennial brewery license fee is $1,000.

(e) Unless prohibited by AS 04.16.030, a holder of a brewery license may sell not more than 36 ounces a day of the brewery's product to a person for consumption on the premises if

(1) the brewery does not allow live entertainment, televisions, pool tables, dart games, dancing, electronic or other games, game tables, or other recreational or gaming opportunities on the premises where the consumption occurs;

(2) the brewery does not provide seats at the counter or bar where the product is served, and

(3) the room where the consumption occurs is not open before 9:00 a.m. and serving of the product ends not later than 8:00 p.m.

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