Alcoholic Beverage Control - Special Provisions Relating to Mead and Braggot - Mead and braggot tasting


Published: 2019-03-29

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§ 34. Mead and braggot tasting. Any person holding a retail license
under this chapter shall be permitted to conduct consumer tastings of
mead and braggot upon such person's licensed premises. All such tastings
shall be subject to the following limitations:

1. Tastings of mead and braggot shall be conducted by the licensee or
an authorized agent of the licensee. Provided, however, a licensed
wholesaler shall not serve as the authorized agent for another entity,
nor shall a licensed wholesaler be involved in any manner with a mead or
braggot tasting conducted by another entity.

2. No more than three samples of mead and/or braggot may be provided
to a person in one calendar day.

3. No sample may exceed three fluid ounces.

4. No tasting shall be held during the hours prohibited by the
provisions of sections one hundred five and one hundred five-a of this
chapter.

5. Any liability stemming from a right of action resulting from a
tasting authorized by this section and in accordance with the provisions
of sections 11-100 and 11-101 of the general obligations law shall
accrue to the licensee.

6. No person under the age of twenty-one shall be permitted to serve a
sample or handle an open container of mead or braggot.