Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.91 of the federal regulations for details. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a producer or wholesaler may furnish or give a sample of wine, fortified wine, cordial, or distilled spirit to a retailer who has not purchased the brand from a producer or wholesaler in the past three hundred sixty-five (365) days. For each retail establishment, a producer or wholesaler may not give more than three liters (3 L) of any brand of wine annually. If a particular product is not available in a size within the quantity limitations of this section, a producer or wholesaler may furnish the next larger size sample to a retailer. Samples must be clearly[…]

15.8.1 Product Samples to On-Premise Retailers Samples may be given to on-premise licensees under the following conditions: The retailer’s license permits the sale of the class of beverages being offered as a sample. The giving of samples is not conditioned upon future purchases of alcoholic beverages or as compensation for any previous purchase. The retail licensee has not purchased the product SKU of the alcoholic beverage offered as a sample in the previous six (6) months. Samples are limited to the following quantities: Distilled spirits Not more than three (3) liters per brand Wine Not more than three (3) liters per brand Malt liquor Not more than one (1) 6-pack per brand Fermented malt beverages Not more than one (1)[…]

Suppliers may sell glassware to retail licensees at the actual cost to the original purchaser. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-322(K).] CAUTION: Under Title 27 CFR Part 6.88 of the federal regulations, glassware includes “…similar containers made of other material….”

Suppliers may provide labor at no cost for the services described in this section. Note: A “supplier” is defined as a Colorado licensed manufacturer, non-resident manufacturer, wholesaler or alcoholic beverage importer. 15.11.1 Stocking, Rotation, Price Marking, Merchandising/Resets Product rotation, product stocking, price marking, merchandising, and resets are permitted. Suppliers may not disturb another supplier’s products while performing these activities; however this restriction does not apply to resets if a competitor has been given a minimum of seventy-two (72) hours written notice and has elected not to participate in the reset. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-322(M) and 47-322(I).] Stocking is defined as the act of a supplier placing or replenishing its alcohol beverage product on any shelf, refrigerator, or similar location within[…]

15.9.1 Wine and Distilled Spirits at Package Retailer’s Licensed Premises A package retailer’s permit shall, with prior written approval from the Department, authorize the permittee to hold tasting or sampling events on the licensed premises under the following guidelines: There may not be any charge to consumers to participate. Sampling/tasting may only take place within an area that is cordoned off clearly separating the tasting/sampling area from the rest of the licensed premises. No sampling/tasting event may last longer than four (4) hours and no one under twenty-one (21) years old may participate in a tasting/sampling event. No food may be sold or served. Samples may not exceed the following quantities: Wine 1-1/4 ounces or a total five ounces (5[…]

15.16.1 Entertainment of Retailers No Kansas manufacturer of alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage, out-of-state manufacturer of alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage selling alcoholic liquor or cereal malt beverage for distribution within Kansas, Kansas licensed distributor, or their agents, salesmen, or representatives shall offer, give, or furnish, directly or indirectly, any gifts, prizes, coupons, premiums, rebates, quantity discounts, entertainment, decorations, or the services of any employee, including errands and administrative services, or any other inducement or thing of value of any kind to a licensed retailer, club, drinking establishment, or caterer or to an applicant for a retailer, club, drinking establishment, or caterer license except as provided in Article 10 (Trade Practices) of Kansas Administrative Regulations. Nothing in Kansas[…]

Tapping accessories may be sold to retail licensees and installed in a retail licensed establishment, if sold at a price not less than the cost to the industry member who initially purchased them. Federal regulations apply, refer to Title 27 CFR Section 6.88. [KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 10, Section 14-10-17; Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website, accessed 10/1/2020.] Note: On-sale licensees are required to store and dispense alcoholic beverages from the original container; however chilling and mixing machines and infusions are allowed. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 26, Section 41-2658; KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 19, Section 14-19-28, Article 20, Section 14-20-30, Article 21, Section 14-21-13, and Article 22, Section 14-22-14.]

Industry members may sell glassware to clubs, drinking establishments, or caterers, if sold at not less than the cost to the industry member who originally purchased it. [Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website, accessed 10/1/2020.] CAUTION: Under Title 27 CFR Part 6.88 of the federal regulations, glassware includes “…similar containers made of other material….”

15.8.1 Product Samples to Retailers Permitted under the following conditions: All samples of distilled spirits and wine products must have stamped on the brand label the words “Sample-not for sale,” in letters not less than one-quarter inch (¼”) high. Samples may be given only to licensees, their employees or agents who can purchase the kind of alcoholic beverage given. Samples may be given only to licensees who have not previously purchased the product being sampled. The purpose of the sampling must be to permit the licensee, its agent or employee to determine the grade, type, and quality of the product sampled. Only one (1) sample of each type may be given at one time. Maximum sizes are as follows: Wine[…]

Pre-clearance of ordinary and usual point-of-sale material is not required. (“Ordinary and usual” includes, but may not be limited to, shelf talkers, posters, banners, etc.) Special promotions, i.e., sweepstakes, should be submitted for prior review and approval. 15.1.1 Product Displays Industry members may give or sell product displays to licensees. Federal regulations apply, including cost limitations imposed. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.83 of the federal regulations for additional details. Product displays may have no value to any retail licensee except as advertising. If the primary function of an item is to hold or display product, and it costs below the $300 per brand limit, it is presumed permissible. All product displays must bear conspicuous and substantial permanently-affixed advertising[…]