Current state law prohibits brewers from selling directly to customers.
In a potential boon for Gainesville-based Left Nut Brewing Company, a bill proposed in the state Senate would allow craft breweries and brew pubs to sell beer directly to patrons for the first time, ending regulations that required them to distribute through wholesalers.
“We are very hopeful that this new bill will make its way through our state’s legal process and be enacted to change the current, very restrictive laws we have to contend with,” LNB founder Pap Datta said.
The long-standing statute that prohibited brewers from selling direct to customers would be amended to allow LNB and others to sell up to a case of beer each day to patrons, as well as allow on-site sales for consumption.
Get your pound on! Come join us at the brewery on Saturday, January 14th, 2016, at noon for an awesome hour of workout presented by Pound Fitness. Plus, you get to have a glass of the LNB beer of your choice! Admission is $10.
Celebrate the King’s birthday with “The Elvis” Cask! Join us on January 8th from 1-5 PM to partake in the cask tapping of our Stinger Rye Ale (brewed with Rye Malt and copious amounts of local Georgia honey) that has been conditioned with Peanut Butter and Bananas… just the way Elvis would have liked it! Come early because this cask won’t last long!
Join us Friday, December 23rd for our Holiday Cask Party! We will be featuring our “Holiday Porter” with Cinnamon and Nutmeg. We open at 4. Limited supplies available, this cask won’t last long! Cheers!