The Brewery Licensing Package: A Flat Fee Service That Tastes Great

Yes! Get your licensing work done, at an affordable rate.


Everyone has to do it, but not everyone has to go through it. The federal and state permit and licensing processes can be incredibly tricky for most breweries, oftentimes because you are busy preparing your facility, launching marketing and making good beer. I certainly understand that you cannot do everything.


Over the past few years, Reiser Legal PLLC has developed an exhaustive list of alcoholic beverage law services. Through experience and expertise my law practice has been able to develop a cost-affordable flat fee licensing package that everyone can stomach.


Reiser Legal now offers a federal and state licensing package for an affordable rate that brewers of all sizes can afford. The package includes assistance with the TTB Brewers Notice and Washington or Louisiana State Microbrewery License applications processes. All you have to do is provide some vital information, documentation, and a steady line of communication.


If you have more questions about this fee package, or other services available from Reiser Legal, please contact the office using the contact form or e-mail


Brewers don’t have to labor through the trials and tribulations of the TTB and state authorities. Let us do it for you. Relax and make great beer.


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BEER Act Gaining Steam, Washington Senators On Board

Patty Murray has voiced her support for the BEER Act.

Last week, I discussed the federal BEER Act. Today, it looks a bit more promising for the tax cut legislation that would put millions back in brewery pockets.

A fairly wide-spreading marketing effort took over this past week. You can now see an out-pouring of support from Senators across all parts of the U.S. With each passing day, it appears more likely that this bi-partisan effort will pass through the Senate.

As of today, both Sen. Maria Cantwell and Sen. Patty Murray have stepped up to provide assurance that they will back the BEER Act.  In total, The Wall Street Journal counts 17 senators as co-sponsors. But, reports last week showed that there are closer to thirty that have expressed support for the bill.

If you want to learn more about the BEER Act, read our earlier post. In that post, you can find summary information, as well as links to the language, courtesy of the Brewers Association. The Act itself is incredibly brief.

We will continue to track progress of the bill, here at Brewery Law Blog.


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