HB 1396

  • Indiana House Bill
  • 2021 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House
  • Passed House Feb 18, 2021
  • Passed Senate Apr 13, 2021
  • Signed by Governor Apr 29, 2021

Alcoholic beverages and tobacco.

Abstract

Provides that if any provision, or application of any provision, concerning the manufacture, importation, distribution, or retail sale of alcoholic beverages is deemed to be in conflict with federal law or unconstitutional, certain alcoholic beverage laws shall be construed to limit rather than expand the manufacture, importation, distribution, and retail sale of alcoholic beverages through a three-tier system. Provides a definition of "three-tier system". Defines the term "channel price". Allows a wholesaler to offer a channel price to a retailer if certain conditions are met. Amends the "entertainment complex" definition. Provides that the alcohol and tobacco commission (commission) has additional powers with regard to tobacco. Provides that certain references to alcoholic beverages in bottles include alcoholic beverages in containers. Modifies certain dates concerning alcohol retailer and dealer permits that are deposited with the commission and that may revert to the commission if the permit does not become active. Requires the disclosure of the names of the officers of a corporation or other entity applying for a permit in a published notice or Internet web site. Adds requirements for a permit holder when making an initial request for deposit of a permit. Eliminates Indiana residency requirements for retailers, dealers, and brewers. Provides that residential delivery by a beer retailer, liquor retailer, or wine retailer may only be performed by the permit holder or an employee who holds an employee permit. Requires a permit holder to maintain a written record of each delivery for at least one year that shows the customer's name, location of delivery, and quantity sold. Provides for "grab and go stores" that are accessible only by ticketed event attendees and provide self-service sales of alcoholic beverages in addition to sales of food and nonalcoholic beverages. Provides that certain provisions of the food master hall permit section do not apply to a food hall that: (1) is located in a certified technology park; and (2) operates in a certain type of building or complex of buildings. With certain exceptions, requires a permit applicant to provide the name and address of each person or entity holding at least a 2% interest in the permit and business. Removes the requirement that the department of local government finance consent to the continuation of a permittee's business by the permittee's heir. Requires a municipality to notify the chairman of the commission of any retailer or dealer premises annexed into the municipality, in order to ensure the correct distribution of excise funds. Allows the holder of a food hall vendor's permit and a retailer's permit who also holds a permit for a small brewery, a farm winery, or an artisan distillery to sell certain carry out alcoholic beverages at the retailer's permit premises. Provides that a farm wintery may place wine in bottles or other permissible containers. Allows a farm winery to sell wine by the can. Allows a farm winery to transfer wine from a storage facility or certain locations. Allows a farm winery to sell or transfer wine directly to a wine wholesaler. Provides that an artisan distiller may transfer liquor from a separate storage facility back to the artisan distiller. Allows an artisan distiller to sell or transfer liquor directly to a liquor wholesaler. Makes technical corrections and stylistic changes.

Bill Sponsors (6)

Votes


Actions


Apr 29, 2021

House

Public Law 194

Office of the Governor

Signed by the Governor

Apr 28, 2021

Senate

Signed by the President of the Senate

Apr 23, 2021

Senate

Signed by the President Pro Tempore

Apr 22, 2021

House

Signed by the Speaker

Apr 21, 2021

House

Rules Suspended. Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the House; Roll Call 481: yeas 83, nays 6

Senate

Conference Committee Report 1: adopted by the Senate; Roll Call 477: yeas 43, nays 6

Apr 20, 2021

Senate

CCR # 1 filed in the Senate

House

CCR # 1 filed in the House

Apr 19, 2021

Senate

Senator Ford Jon added as advisor

Senate

Senator Messmer added as conferee

Senate

Senator Niezgodski removed as conferee

Senate

Senator Messmer removed as advisor

Apr 15, 2021

Senate

Senate advisors appointed: Messmer and Tallian

Senate

Senate conferees appointed: Alting and Niezgodski

Apr 14, 2021

House

Motion to dissent filed

House

House dissented from Senate amendments

Senate

Returned to the House with amendments

House

House conferees appointed: Smaltz and Moed

House

House advisors appointed: Bartels, Hostettler, Johnson and Summers

Apr 13, 2021

Senate

Third reading: passed; Roll Call 424: yeas 42, nays 5

Apr 12, 2021

Senate

Amendment #5 (Alting) prevailed; voice vote

Senate

Amendment #1 (Zay) prevailed; voice vote

Senate

Amendment #2 (Houchin) prevailed; voice vote

Senate

Amendment #6 (Alting) prevailed; voice vote

Senate

Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed

Senate

Senator Messmer added as second sponsor

Apr 08, 2021

Senate

Committee report: amend do pass, adopted

Mar 01, 2021

Senate

First reading: referred to Committee on Public Policy

  • Reading-1
  • Referral-Committee
public policy

Feb 19, 2021

House

Referred to the Senate

Feb 18, 2021

House

Senate sponsor: Senator Alting

House

Representative May added as coauthor

House

Third reading: passed; Roll Call 193: yeas 90, nays 4

Feb 16, 2021

House

Second reading: amended, ordered engrossed

House

Amendment #1 (Austin) prevailed; voice vote

Feb 15, 2021

House

Representative Bartels added as coauthor

Feb 11, 2021

House

Committee report: amend do pass, adopted

Jan 14, 2021

House

Authored by Representative Smaltz

House

First reading: referred to Committee on Public Policy

  • Reading-1
  • Referral-Committee
public policy

House

Coauthored by Representative Clere

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Introduced House Bill (H) PDF
House Bill (H) PDF
Engrossed House Bill (H) PDF
House Bill (S) PDF
Engrossed House Bill (S) PDF
Enrolled House Bill (H) PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
Fiscal Note: HB1396.06.ENRS.FN001 PDF

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