§712. Advertising or sale of malt liquor or wine by trade name
1.Advertise or announce for sale by trade name.
No licensee may advertise or offer for sale any malt liquor or wine by trade name
or other designation which would indicate the manufacturer or place of manufacture
of malt liquor or wine, unless the licensee actually has on hand and for sale a sufficient
quantity of the particular malt liquor or wine advertised to meet requirements to
be normally expected as the result of the advertisement or announcement.
1987, c. 45, Pt. A, §4 (NEW)
2.Serve from faucet, spigot, dispensing apparatus by trade name.
A licensee may not furnish or serve any malt liquor from any faucet, spigot or other
dispensing apparatus, unless:
A. The trade name or brand of the malt liquor served appears in full sight of the customer
in legible lettering upon the faucet, spigot or dispensing apparatus; or [2013, c. 165, §1 (NEW).]
B. The licensee displays a list of all malt liquors currently available on tap that is
clearly visible to patrons of the establishment in a manner that allows a patron to
identify the trade name or brand of the malt liquor that is being dispensed from each
faucet, spigot or dispensing apparatus. [2013, c. 165, §1 (NEW).]
2013, c. 165, §1 (RPR)
1987, c. 45, §A4 (NEW).
2013, c. 165, §1 (AMD).
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