Tag Archives: Indiana

Court Denies Liquor Store Chain the Right to Intervene in Indiana Cold Beer Case

Here’s another update on the Indiana Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association v. the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission case we’ve been following.  In case you don’t recall.  In Indiana, grocery stores and convenience stores can sell everything liquor stores can except cold beer.  A group of convenience stores and grocery stores brought suit against […]

Indiana Won’t Let You Buy Cold Beer In Grocery Stores… But A Challenge To That Law Could Be Decided As Soon As Early 2014

Just a quick update and some new information on the battle by grocery stores and convenience marts in Indiana to be able to sell cold beer (yes, they really can’t do that in Indiana).  For a little more information, you can read my earlier post on the challenge that the grocers and convenience stores are […]

Cerveza Fria? Zimne Piwo? Grocery Stores challenge Indiana’s restrictions on selling cold beer.

Indiana has a law limiting the sale of cold beer.  Under Indiana Code 7.1-5-10-11, certain permitees allowed to sell beer cannot sell cold beer: Sec. 11. Sale of Cold Beer Prohibited. It is unlawful for the holder of a beer dealer’s permit to offer or display for sale, or sell, barter, exchange or give away […]

Indiana Augments 30,000 Barrel Limit for Non-Indiana-Ruled Brewers

Illinoyed Ad30,000 barrels of beer is the present limit for a Brewer’s permit under the Indiana Code if the Brewer isn’t in a partnership where all partners are residents of Indiana, limited liability company where all the members are residents of Indiana or a corporation organized under Indiana law with a charter that grants authority […]