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)[…]

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[…]

A representative or salesperson of a manufacturer or wholesaler may open a package of any malt beverage, wine, or distilled spirits on the premises of a retail package liquor store or other retail dealer for the purpose of providing small samples to the retailer or its employees for consumption on the licensed premises, provided that: All samples are provided and consumed in the presence of the representative or salesperson in an office, storage room, or other area of the retailer’s premises that is closed to the public; and The representative or salesperson removes from the licensed premises any packages brought onto the licensed premises for sampling purposes. [GA Law, Title 3, Chapter 3, Article 3, Section 3-3-26.]

Permitted. Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.91 of the federal regulations for specific details. [OK Regulations, Title 45, Chapter 10, Subchapter 3, Sections 45:10-3-24 and 45:10-3-25.] Brewers, beer distributors, small brewer self-distributors and brewpub self-distributors are granted specific privileges in Subsections E and F of Section 3-123, including: Furnish or give a sample of beer or cider to a retailer who has not purchased the brand from that brewer, beer distributor, small brewer self-distributor or brewpub self-distributor within the last twelve (12) months, provided that the brewer, beer distributor, small brewer self-distributor or brewpub self-distributor may not give more than thirty-six (36) ounces of any brand of beer or cider to a specific retailer; and Give[…]

Permitted under the following guidelines: 15.8.1 Sampling by Wholesalers Wholesalers may give a retail permittee a sample of a product not previously purchased by the permittee. Quantities are limited as follows: Distilled Spirits 750 ml Wine Three (3) liters Other Alcoholic Beverages * One (1) six-pack * Beer, coolers or any other alcoholic beverages so packaged. The retail permittee or its employee, may sample the product on the licensed premises only if the wholesaler, the wholesaler’s agent, or employee is present. [TX Law, Title 4, Chapter 102, Subchapter A, Section 102.02.] 15.8.2 Sampling by Holders of a Distillers and Rectifiers Permit The holder of a distiller’s and rectifier’s permit, its agent or employee may provide a sample of distilled spirits[…]

15.8.1 Product Samples to Retailers No registered agent of a licensed vendor may use more than one (1) case of each brand of liquor or wine sold by the vendor as samples during any one (1) calendar month. All samples must be purchased through the Liquor Control Board and marked in compliance with Board regulations. Samples may not be left on retail licensed premises. Records must be kept. The purchase of samples at retail in any state store is prohibited. [PA Regulations, Title 40, Part I, Chapter 13, Subchapter B, Section 13.81 and Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Advisory Notice No. 10 (7th Revision), dated May 15, 2019.] Note: Review the regulation cited above in its entirety for full requirements. 15.8.2[…]

An industry member may provide samples of alcoholic liquor, wine, beer or canned cocktails to a retailer who has not previously purchased the brand from that industry member during the preceding twelve (12) months, provided that the quantities do not exceed the following: Beer, high alcohol content beer, or canned cocktails three (3) gallons Wine three (3) liters Alcoholic liquor five hundred (500) milliliters Product must be obtained from an Iowa licensed wholesaler, and containers of products used for sampling must be clearly marked as “SAMPLE”. Records of all samples given to retail licensees must be maintained in accordance with Title 185, Section Chapter 16.18(123), which requires that records of all items provided to retail licensees must be maintained for[…]

Tastings of distilled spirits products are permitted, under the following conditions and with written permission from the Bureau of Alcoholic Beverages and Lottery Operations: 15.8.1 Spirits Taste Testing Events A distiller, licensed distilled spirits representative or the State of Maine’s wholesale liquor provider may, with written permission from the Bureau, rent or lease a space or a room from an on-premise licensee for the purpose of conducting a distilled spirits tasting for invited retail licensees or their authorized agents, and not to family members, guests, or the general public, under the following conditions: Tastings may be conducted only during the hours authorized by the Bureau for the sale of such products on on-sale licensed premises. The distiller, licensed distilled spirits[…]

An industry member may provide samples of alcoholic liquor, wine, beer, or canned cocktails to a retailer who has not previously purchased the brand from that industry member during the preceding twelve (12) months, provided that the quantities do not exceed the following: Beer or high alcohol content beer, or canned cocktails three (3) gallons Wine three (3) liters Alcoholic liquor five hundred (500) milliliters Product must be obtained from an Iowa licensed wholesaler, and containers of products used for sampling must be clearly marked as “SAMPLE.” Records of all samples given to retail licensees must be maintained in accordance with Title 185, Section Chapter 16.18(123), which requires that records of all items provided to retail licensees must be maintained[…]