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Foam home: Alabama's alcohol laws changing again, starting June 1

Brewers, distillers and wineries welcome new rules

Rodney Snider at Cheaha Brewing

Rodney Snider, owner and co-founder of Cheaha Brewing Company, talks about the new “beer to-go bill” and the effects it will have on Alabama's craft-brewing industry. 

Over the next several months, Alabama’s breweries, wineries, and distilleries will get some new outlets for their products thanks to a slew of new alcohol bills that were passed in the last legislative session.

Starting June 1, breweries and brewpubs throughout the state will be able to sell beer for customers to take home. The only stipulation is that each customer is limited to 288 ounces of beer per day.