Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Oregon OLCC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery For the duration of the ban on on-premise sales, full On-Premises Sales licensees do not need to meet the food service requirements of the license in order to sell malt beverages, wine, or cider for off-premises consumption. Full On-Premises Sales licensees may sell malt beverages, wine, and cider in crowlers or growlers for consumption off the licensed premises (takeout only). They may also obtain an Off-Premises Sales license and sell factory-sealed containers (bottles and cans) or securely-covered containers (crowlers and growlers) for consumption[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the California ABC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Off-premises sale of manufacturer-sealed containers. Licensees with on-sale privileges may sell the alcoholic beverages permitted by their license type for off-sale consumption, in manufacturer pre-packaged containers, regardless of any condition on their license to the contrary and regardless of the statutory prohibition against on-sale licensees selling distilled spirits for off-sale consumption. Off-premises sale of restaurant-sealed containers. Restaurants may sell beer, wine, and pre-mixed drinks or cocktails for consumption off the licensed premises in conjunction with meals prepared for pick-up or delivery. Any such[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Oregon OLCC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery For the duration of the ban on on-premise sales, full On-Premises Sales licensees do not need to meet the food service requirements of the license in order to sell malt beverages, wine, or cider for off-premises consumption. Full On-Premises Sales licensees may sell malt beverages, wine, and cider in crowlers or growlers for consumption off the licensed premises (takeout only). They may also obtain an Off-Premises Sales license and sell factory-sealed containers (bottles and cans) or securely-covered containers (crowlers and growlers) for consumption[…]

Wholesalers are permitted to accept a return of alcohol beverages previously sold to retailers for ordinary and usual commercial reasons and to provide account credit or product exchange. Such commercial reasons for return shall be limited to the following: Defective products: Products qualifying under this exception are those that are upon delivery, or later become, unmarketable due to contamination or deterioration of product ingredients, leaking containers, damaged labels, or damaged or compromised container seals. Broken containers or short-filled containers/cases: Nothing shall prevent a retailer from making a claim for the replacement of alcohol beverages that were delivered by a wholesaler in a damaged or incomplete condition, and nothing shall prevent a wholesaler from granting credible claims. Error in products delivered:[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Bars, restaurants, and other alcohol retailers holding class “C” liquor licenses are allowed to sell alcoholic liquor and wine in original, unopened containers for carry-out, curb-side pickup, drive-through, or home delivery without obtaining an additional license, permit, or privilege. Class “C” liquor licensees already have the authority to sell beer in original, unopened containers for off-premises consumption.  Breweries, brewpubs and beer retailers may fill and sell growlers or crowlers of beer to-go without requiring an in-person sales transaction; growlers/crowlers can be filled at the time that a telephone or online order is placed and payment[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Bars, restaurants, and other alcohol retailers holding class “C” liquor licenses are allowed to sell alcoholic liquor and wine in original, unopened containers for carry-out, curb-side pickup, drive-through, or home delivery without obtaining an additional license, permit, or privilege. Class “C” liquor licensees already have the authority to sell beer in original, unopened containers for off-premises consumption.  Breweries, brewpubs and beer retailers may fill and sell growlers or crowlers of beer to-go without requiring an in-person sales transaction; growlers/crowlers can be filled at the time that a telephone or online order is placed and payment[…]

Only permitted for manufacturers and brewpub licensees. “Original package” means any bottle, flask, jug, can, cask, barrel, keg, hogshead, or other receptacle or container whatsoever, used, corked, or capped, sealed, and labeled by the manufacturer of alcoholic liquor, to contain and to convey any alcoholic liquor. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 3, Section 41-308b (5); Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Microbreweries”, available on Division website, accessed 10/1/2020.]

17.4.1 By Wholesalers The Director of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control may issue export permits for the shipping of merchandise back to manufacturers when: Non-posted items are shipped into Kansas in error and a request for an export permit is submitted within five (5) days of receipt of the non-posted merchandise; Merchandise in inventory is unsaleable and the supplier wants the merchandise returned rather than destroyed; The distributor does not wish to retain excess merchandise received in error; or Issuing such a permit is deemed appropriate by the Director. Requests to return merchandise shall be submitted to the Director on forms prescribed by the director and shall include: The total number of containers or cases in the shipment; The[…]

Industry members may put the name of the retailer on the label or packaging of the products sold to retailers. If the name is added to a label that has previously been registered with ABC, the new label must be separately registered with ABC. [Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website accessed 10/1/2020.]

On-premise licensees may infuse liquor with spices, herbs, fruits, vegetables, candy, and other substances intended for human consumption, provided that the process does not cause additional fermentation. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 26, Section 41-2658.]