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.]

17.1.1 On-Premise Establishments Drinking Establishments, Class A and B Club, and Public Venue licensees may be open on Sundays from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 26, Section 41-2614(a); Kansas Department of Revenue website, “When Alcoholic Liquor and CMB Beverages May be Sold or/Served,” accessed 10/1/2020.] 17.1.2 Off-Premise Establishments Prohibited all day under Section 41-712 of Kansas law, unless allowed by local option. Where cities and counties have opted out of the statute, retail liquor stores may be open from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. [KS Law, Chapter 41, Article 7, Section 41-712(b).]

No supplier or wholesaler may induce a retail licensee to make purchases by paying or crediting the retail licensee for any advertising, display or distribution services. This includes the following: Any arrangement in which the supplier or wholesaler participates in paying for any part of an advertisement placed by a retail licensee. Purchase of advertising in a retail licensee’s publication meant for distribution to the public. Purchase of advertising from the retail concessionaire on signs, scoreboards, programs, etc., at ballparks, racetracks or stadiums. Renting display space from a retail licensee. Paying a retail licensee for setting up displays. Federal regulations apply, refer to Title 27 CFR Subsection (d) of Section 6.21. [KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 10, Section 14-10-17; Div.[…]

Industry members are prohibited from purchasing advertising on signs, scoreboards, programs, scorecards, and similar items from the retail concessionaire at ballparks, racetracks, or stadiums. [Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website, accessed 10/1/2020.] 16.10.1 Events Sponsored by Retail Licensees Industry members may not support events sponsored by retail licensees by donating money, advertising, advertising specialties or product. [Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website, accessed 10/1/2020.]

Permitted. Licensees may purchase live TV commercials to take place at the licensed premises if the licensee pays the entire cost of the commercial. An industry member may be present and hand out promotional items to consumers on the premises during the time the commercial is broadcast, but shall not participate in the commercial or pay any of the cost thereof. [Ruling by the Director on Aug. 1, 2005.] A licensee may arrange for a television station to run a remote broadcast from the licensee’s parking lot or anywhere outside the licensed premises, and the licensee or the television station may give away food or promotional items at that location. Any food or other items may be given free to[…]

Permitted. Licensees may purchase live radio commercials to take place at the licensed premises if the licensee pays the entire cost of the commercial. An industry member may be present and hand out promotional items to consumers on the premises during the time the commercial is broadcast, but shall not participate in the commercial or pay any of the cost thereof. [Ruling by the Director on Aug. 1, 2005.] A licensee may arrange for a radio station to run a remote broadcast from the licensee’s parking lot or anywhere outside the licensed premises, and the licensee or the radio station may give away food or promotional items at that location. Any food or other items may be given free to[…]

Industry members may give, lend, or sell signs advertising the industry member’s products to retail licensees. The value of such signs may not exceed $400.00 each. Industry members are not allowed to make payments or give credit to retail licensees for displaying such signs and are not permitted to pay for installation, operation, or removal. Industry members are not allowed to supply the structure for mounting such signs (e.g. a billboard, marquee, semi-trailer truck, etc.). Federal regulations apply, refer to Title 27 CFR Section 6.102. [KS Regulations, Agency 14, Article 10, Section 14-10-17; Div. of Alcoholic Beverage Control, “Handbook for Supplier Permits,” website, accessed 10/1/2020.]