Note: Louisiana law also specifies the number of bottles that may be packed in a case. Upon application submission, in duplicate, and approved by the Secretary of the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control, those specifications may be waived if good cause can be shown. Refer to the statute cited below for further details. 5.1. Wine Maximum Size 20 Liters Minimum Size 187 ml Note: Within the size range shown above, wine may be sold in any containers conforming to the standard of fill for wine authorized in federal regulations. In addition, wine may also be sold in 355 ml and 250 ml containers. 5.2. Distilled Spirits Maximum Size 1.75 Liter Minimum Size 50 ml Distilled spirits may not be[…]

Currently there are five (5) sizes sold in Ohio: 375 ml, 750 ml, 1 liter, 1.75 liter, and sleeves of miniatures. Note: The Division may sell distilled spirits in containers smaller than a pint (200 ml) only at retail and not for resale; except it may sell spirits at wholesale in 50 ml sealed containers to establishments licensed for on-premise consumption. [OH Law, Title XLIII, Chapter 4301, Section 4301.19.]

Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine.

5.1 Wine Maximum size 15.5 Gallons Minimum size 100 ml 5.2 Distilled Spirits Maximum size 1 Gallon Minimum size 50 ml [MO Regulations, Title 11, Division 70, Chapter 2, Sections 2.110, 2.140 and 2.190(4).]

Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine and Part 5.47a of the federal regulations for distilled spirits. There are some restrictions on the size of containers on-premise licensees may have on their licensed premises. Review the regulations for specific details. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-906.] Note: No container of any alcoholic beverage larger than 500 ml may be offered for sale in a mini-bar. [CO Regulations, Regulation 47-420.]

Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine and Part 5.47a of the federal regulations for distilled spirits.

In general, federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine and Part 5.47a for distilled spirits.

Federal regulations apply. The prohibition against selling distilled spirits in 100 ml containers was repealed. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine and Part 5.47a of the federal regulations for distilled spirits. Note: Review the regulations for case configurations allowed and the procedure to be followed if supplier wishes to pack a quantity of containers in a case that is not allowed by the regulations.

Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 4.73 of the federal regulations for wine.

None per se. However, items are listed entirely at the discretion of the State Liquor Division.