LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) - Michigan craft beer lovers will now have more places to take out a growler full of their favorite brews. Gov. Rick Snyder signed a bill that will allow bars and restaurants to sell refillable beer growlers.
Bars and restaurants can start to sell the big g;ass jugs like breweries already do. Bars and restaurants will have to get the designated merchants license that cost $100 annually according to Senate Bill 27 .
Under the new legislation small winemakers can also sell at farmers markets around the state. They will need to apply for a $25 permit to participate.
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