WYES in New Orleans is fretting over how the pending Louisiana Homemade Beer Law will affect its long-running International Beer T asting, a popular fundraiser that features home brews, according to the Times-Picayune. The bill would set limits on how much home-brewed beer can be transported from a household to beer tastings, and make the sale of homemade beer illegal. Randall Feldman, station manager, said he needs to know whether admission charged would be classified as a sale of home brew. Also, he noted, restrictions on amounts can be transported per household would result in a smaller festival. “I have many questions I want to follow up with,” he told the newspaper.
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