Article found on delmarvanow.com.
Bill would allow craft distilleries in Delaware
A bill that would allow small-scale liquor distilleries in Delaware has cleared a Senate committee.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Wednesday to release the bill, which creates a framework for issuing licenses to distill spirits.
The license fee would be $1,500 every two years, and so-called “craft distilleries” could make and sell up to 750,000 proof gallons of distilled spirits a year.
Licensees also would be able to sell liquor for consumption on or off the premises.
Microbrewery, brew pubs and farm wineries located in Delaware would be eligible to own and operate distilleries as well.
The legislation now goes to the Senate floor for a vote.
Click the link for an interesting Delaware Online account of a tour of the Dogfish Head Brewery!
A behind-the-scenes tour of Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton
Harry Rogerson was very kind to post a couple old club pics on Facebook from the 1st & 2nd Annual Oktoberfest picnic. Hey, we need to have another Oktoberfest picnic!
I forgot what Jeff Ramberg looked like with hair! ;-)