The Thirsty Beagle: Oklahoma craft brewers endorse SJR 68, SBs 383, 424

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Oklahoma craft brewers endorse SJR 68, SBs 383, 424

The Craft Brewers Association of Oklahoma today announced support for all three of the beer-related measures making their way through the state Capitol this legislative session.

The CBAO released this statement earlier this (Thursday) afternoon, endorsing Senate Joint Resolution 68 and Senate Bills 383 and 424:

As friends and supporters of craft beer in Oklahoma, this is your opportunity to have an important influence on modernizing our liquor laws…and the time to act is now! There are three pieces of legislation that really need your support very soon; SJR 68, SB 383 and SB 424. The first two (SJR 68 and SB 383) work together to make the big modernization changes we've all been striving for over the last year…or more. Even after we all vote "yes" for these sweeping changes in November, they won't actually fully take effect until late 2018. In the meantime, the much smaller bill (SB 424) would act as a gap measure that grants Oklahoma craft brewers some new strong beer sales rights in their tap rooms (until the bigger changes happen in 2018). We've listened to all you awesome craft beer fans in our breweries and tap rooms, and this is what you've all been asking for! Please take 5 minutes and contact your legislator and ask them to vote for SJR 68, SB 383, and SB 424. You can find your legislator here: http://www.oklegislature.gov/findmylegislature.aspx  #freethetaps

There is only one week and one day -- pending any kind of special session -- left in the 2016 legislative session.

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