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.]

Establishments holding a Class C Liquor License, Class B Liquor License, Special Class C Liquor license, or Class B Beer Permit may fill, refill, and sell beer in a container other than the original container, otherwise known as a growler. (A “growler” is defined as any fillable and sealable glass, ceramic, plastic, aluminum or stainless steel container designed to hold only beer or high alcohol content beer. ) Growlers may be filled at the time of sale in the licensed premises or when sold by telephonic or electronic means. Growlers of beer may be filled or refilled only with beer from an original container that has been obtained from a licensed Iowa wholesaler. The contents may not be consumed on[…]

Establishments holding a Class C Liquor License, Class B Liquor License, Special Class C Liquor license, or Class B Beer Permit may fill, refill, and sell beer in a container other than the original container, otherwise known as a growler. (A “growler” is defined as any fillable and sealable glass, ceramic, plastic, aluminum or stainless steel container designed to hold only beer or high alcohol content beer. ) Growlers may be filled at the time of sale in the licensed premises or when sold by telephonic or electronic means. Growlers of beer may be filled or refilled only with beer from an original container that has been obtained from a licensed Iowa wholesaler. The contents may not be consumed on[…]

17.6.1 Growlers filled by manufacturers Beer manufacturers and brewpubs may transfer any beer manufactured or sold on their licensed premises to a growler or crowler for sale to consumers for consumption off the premises. 17.6.2 Growlers filled by retailers On-premises retailers may transfer beer to a growler or crowler, which is not an original manufacturer container, but is a reusable rigid container that holds up to twenty-eight (128) fluid ounces of beer and is designed to be sealed on premises by the licensee for off-premises consumption, if the following requirements are met: The container is filled by an employee of the retailer at the time of sale; The person transferring the alcohol to be sold to the end consumer is[…]

Growlers of malt beverages and unfortified wine are allowed. 17.6.1 Pre-filled Growlers Holders of brewery permits and unfortified winery permits may pre-fill growlers. Pre-filled growlers must be labeled in accordance with the Commission’s rules, and label approval is required. Growlers pre-filled by manufacturers may be shipped to purchasers inside and outside the state. 17.6.2 Growlers filled on demand Manufacturers and holders of on-sale and off-sale retail beer and unfortified wine permits and wine shop permits are allowed to fill/refill growlers on demand. Growlers filled on demand are required to be sanitized and labeled in accordance with the Commission rules and include the Government Warning required by Federal law and regulation. [NC Law, Chapter 18B, Article 10, Section 1001, Subparagraphs (1),[…]

Growlers of malt beverages and unfortified wine are allowed. 17.6.1 Pre-filled Growlers Holders of brewery permits and unfortified winery permits may pre-fill growlers. Pre-filled growlers must be labeled in accordance with the Commission’s rules, and label approval is required. Growlers pre-filled by manufacturers may be shipped to purchasers inside and outside the state. 17.6.2 Growlers filled on demand Manufacturers and holders of on-sale and off-sale retail beer and unfortified wine permits and wine shop permits are allowed to fill/refill growlers on demand. Growlers filled on demand are required to be sanitized and labeled in accordance with the Commission rules and include the Government Warning required by Federal law and regulation. [NC Law, Chapter 18B, Article 10, Section 1001, Subparagraphs (1),[…]

All-beverage licensee, in addition to selling beer, wine, and distilled spirits by the drink, may sell alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption only in their original packages, in individual servings, or beer and table wine in refillable growlers. A beer license with a wine amendment can also sell beer and table wine in refillable growlers. Small Breweries may also fill growlers. [MT Regulations, Title 42, Chapter 11, Subchapter 4, Sections 42.12.1102, 42.12.1104 and 42.13.601.]

All-beverage licensee, in addition to selling beer, wine, and distilled spirits by the drink, may sell alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption only in their original packages, in individual servings, or beer and table wine in refillable growlers. A beer license with a wine amendment can also sell beer and table wine in refillable growlers. Small Breweries may also fill growlers. [MT Regulations, Title 42, Chapter 11, Subchapter 4, Sections 42.12.1102, 42.12.1104 and 42.13.601.]

A growler is a reusable container that is capable of holding up to sixty-four (64) fluid ounces of beer or wine and is designed to be filled and sealed on a licensed premises for consumption off the premises. A crowler is a recyclable container that is capable of holding up to sixty-four (64) fluid ounces of beer or wine and is designed to be filled and sealed on a licensed premises for consumption off the premises. [DC Law, Title 25, Chapter 1, Subchapter II, Section 25-101.] Liquor stores, grocery stores, convenience stores, breweries, and brewpub permit holders may sell beer or wine in growlers. [DC Law, Title 25, Chapter 1, Subchapter II, Section 25-112.]

Manufacturers, malt beverage manufacturers and brewpub licensees may fill sanitary containers with malt beverages. Only malt liquors or fermented malt beverages manufactured and packaged on the licensed premises or alternating proprietor licensed premises by the licensee shall be sold in sealed containers commonly known as growlers. [CO Law, Article 47, Part 4, Section 12-47-415(2)(a), 12-47-103(31.5) Distiller Pub Licensees may sell in sealed containers for off-premises consumption, as long as the spirituous liquors are fermented, distilled, and packaged on the licensed premises by the licensee. [CO Law, Article 47, Part 4, Section 12-47-424(3)(c).] Vintner’s Restaurant licensees may fill wines fermented, manufactured, and packaged on the premises into sealed containers. [CO Law, Article 47, Part 4, Section 12-47-420(2)(c).]