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THE NEXT MEETING OF THE FULL BOARD, SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2016 HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1.

  



  

SLA ANNOUNCES “ONE STOP” CONTACT FOR CRAFT BEVERAGE QUESTIONS

  

The SLA’s “one stop craft beverage shop” is up and operating. Craft manufacturers can submit questions about their license privileges and operations to craftbev@sla.ny.gov. Those interested in starting a craft manufacturing business are also encouraged to submit their questions pertaining to the ABC laws governing manufacturing licenses. Questions submitted to the “one stop shop” will be addressed by agency staff with knowledge of the relevant area of the inquiry.

  



  

FULL BOARD CONSIDERATION OF PROPOSED ADVISORY ON PURCHASE AND SALE OF PRIVATE COLLECTION WINE AND SPIRITS POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE 21, 2016 FULL BOARD MEETING

  

The discussion of the draft advisory by the Members of the Authority, originally scheduled for the January 19, 2016 Full Board meeting, has been rescheduled to the June 21, 2016 Full Board meeting. Written comments must be forwarded on or before June 10, 2016 to: Secretary’s Office, State Liquor Authority, 80 South Swan Street, Suite 900, Albany, NY 12210, or via electronic mail to Secretarys.Office@sla.ny.gov.
  

The SLA is committed to working with all three tiers of the industry to develop guidance that will address concerns with possible abuses of the private collection laws, such as fake and grey market wine and spirits and businesses distributing alcoholic beverages without a license, while ensuring that legitimate private collectors can continue to sell their rare and hard to find wines and spirits to restaurants and other retailers throughout New York.  
  
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