The Texas House Votes Today on Letting Breweries Sell Their Beers to Go

Today is the last, best hope for the Texas Legislature’s push to allow craft breweries to sell their products to go.

After broadly bipartisan bills that would allow to-go sales from breweries stalled in House and Senate committees, brewery supporters are trying one final tactic, proposing an amendment to a bill that would reform the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. The last-gasp amendment is beer to-go’s only hope after committee chairs in the two legislative bodies effectively suppressed the earlier bills.

Read more at the Dallas Observer.

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