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florida 64oz growler law


read 1134 times • 9 replies • posted 4/3/2013 8:54:08 PM

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GT2 8380:586
Did this just recently get struck down again? And if so, who is lobbying on behalf of microbreweries?

Curious because if the FL brewers need a lobbyist, my dad is freelancer that does healthcare law primarily there and may be interested in helping.

If anyone is interested, PM me.
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cbfobes 2290:26
Címon Drowland, you fixed the bomber issue in Milan, fix this too please.
4/3/2013 9:17:49 PM

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ksurkin 1021:13
check the twitter feed of brewkkake https://twitter.com/Brewkkake for all the info on the beurocrat who killed the bill after Budweiser got in her pockets
4/6/2013 7:32:09 PM

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redlight 2316:50
The Fl Brewers Guild has a lobbyist who is working on it. Its not dead yet. This week weíll see what happens in the House.

From Josh the lobbyist for the Fl Brewers Guild...

"Debbie Mayfield is the chair of the committee and her office needs to be contacted by everyone to apply a little pressure to make sure our voice is heard. Her office number is: (maybe call both numbers to let her know)

Capitol Office - (850) 717-5054
District Office - (772) 778-5077"

Iíd say even if you donít live in Fl, call. Tell her you want Fl made beer in 64 oz growlers!
4/6/2013 9:25:44 PM

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MacBoost 1263:20
Whatís the limit now? 32oz?
4/7/2013 5:30:00 AM

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PhillyBeer2112 2523:65
Originally posted by BlackIPA
Whatís the limit now? 32oz?


That and 128oz.

I wonder if a case canít be made given the info in this article:
http://247wallst.com/2013/04/01/the-10-states-making-the-most-on-beer/

Even though FL makes the top 10, its interesting that Colorado makes #1 by a long shot and also has some of the least restrictive beer laws.

Doesnít it make some sense given the rightist politics of Florida to argue for less restriction, not more? Shouldnít a "small government" argument appeal to the largely republican FL legislature? Or are they really that corrupt?
4/7/2013 5:44:17 AM

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tricyclist 723:
Florida is allowed to have 32oz and 128oz, but no 64oz based on size limitations for an old personal consumption law (no 40ís either, only quarts).
4/7/2013 5:47:26 AM

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b3shine 5344:262
I love that you can have a 128 oz growler but not a 64. Letís encourage moderation!
4/7/2013 5:56:50 AM

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SudsMcDuff 5813:183
what a whore
4/7/2013 7:38:17 AM

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GT2 8380:586
Originally posted by ksurkin
check the twitter feed of brewkkake https://twitter.com/Brewkkake for all the info on the beurocrat who killed the bill after Budweiser got in her pockets


And the award for beat beer blog name goes to...
4/7/2013 7:45:17 AM

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