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TITLE 23
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
CHAPTER 5
PERMITS AND LICENSES
23-521.  storage of homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, and other fermented beverages. (1) In addition to any other privilege granted to a licensee under this chapter, a licensee may allow homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages produced under section 23-501, Idaho Code, to be stored at the premises described in a full or limited on-premises sales license, off-premises sales license, brewery-public house license, brewery license, winery license, or warehouse license of the licensee. Homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages stored pursuant to this subsection must be clearly identified by the producer and kept separate from the alcoholic beverage stock of the licensee and may not be sold or made available for sale to the general public.
(2)  A licensee may not acquire any ownership interest in any homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages produced under section 23-501, Idaho Code, that are stored pursuant to this section. However, this section does not prohibit a licensee from storing homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages produced under section 23-501, Idaho Code, in conducting an organized judging, tasting, exhibition, contest, or competition of the homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages, or related events, if the homemade beer, wine, mead, cider, or other fermented beverages are stored with the licensee for that purpose.

History:
[23-521, added 2022, ch. 136, sec. 3, p. 506.]


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