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First Regular SessionSixty-eighth General Assembly
STATE OF COLORADO
INTRODUCED
 
LLS NO. 11-0294.01 Christy Chase
SENATE BILL 11-060
Senate CommitteesHouse Committees
Local Government and Energy
A BILL FOR AN ACTC
ONCERNING THE ALCOHOL CONTENT OF ALCOHOL BEVERAGES THAT
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ARE AVAILABLE FOR CONSUMPTION ON A LICENSED PREMISES
.
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Bill Summary
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced and doesnot reflect any amendments that may be subsequently adopted. If this bill passes third reading in the house of introduction, a bill summary that applies to the reengrossed version of this bill will be available at http://www.leg.state.co.us/billsummaries.)
Under current law, persons licensed under the "Colorado LiquorCode" to sell malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors for on-premisesconsumption are not permitted, pursuant to that license, to sell fermentedmalt beverages, also referred to as "low-alcohol-content beer" or "3.2beer".
SENATE SPONSORSHIP
Boyd and White,
 
HOUSE SPONSORSHIP
Gardner B. and Kerr A.,
 
Shading denotes HOUSE amendment. Double underlining denotes SENATE amendment.
Capital letters indicate new material to be added to existing statute. Dashes through the words indicate deletions from existing statute.
 
The bill would permit all persons licensed to sell malt, vinous, orspirituous liquors for on-premises consumption to also selllow-alcohol-content beer for consumption on the licensed premises.
 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:
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SECTION 1.
12-47-409, Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended2to read:3
12-47-409. Beer and wine license.
(1) A beer and wine license4shall be issued to persons selling malt and vinous liquors
AND FERMENTED
5
MALT BEVERAGES
for consumption on the premises. and such B
EER AND
6
WINE
licensees shall have
SANDWICHES AND LIGHT SNACKS
available for7consumption on the premises during business hours, sandwiches and light8snacks, but need not have meals available for consumption.9(2) (a) Every person selling malt and vinous liquors
AND
10
FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES
as provided in this section shall purchase11such malt and vinous liquors
AND FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES
only12from a wholesaler licensed pursuant to this article
OR ARTICLE
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OF THIS
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TITLE
; except that,
DURING A CALENDAR YEAR
, any person selling malt14and vinous liquors
AND FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES
as provided in this15section may purchase not more than five hundred dollars' worth of: such16(I) Malt and vinous liquors during a calendar year from a retail17liquor store
RETAILER LICENSED PURSUANT TO SECTION
12-47-407
OR
1812-47-408;
AND
19(II) F
ERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES FROM A RETAILER LICENSED
20
PURSUANT TO SECTION
12-46-104
 
(1) (c).21(b) A
BEER AND WINE LICENSEE SHALL RETAIN EVIDENCE OF
each22purchase of malt and vinous liquors as provided in this section shall be23evidenced by
FROM A RETAILER LICENSED PURSUANT TO SECTION
24SB11-060
-2-
 
12-47-407
OR
12-47-408
AND EACH PURCHASE OF FERMENTED MALT
1
BEVERAGES FROM A RETAILER LICENSED PURSUANT TO SECTION
12-46-1042(1) (c),
IN THE FORM OF
a purchase receipt showing the name of the retail3liquor store
LICENSED RETAILER
, the date of purchase, a description of the4malt or vinous liquor
OR FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES
purchased, and5the price paid for such
THE
purchase. Such T
HE BEER AND WINE LICENSEE
6
SHALL RETAIN THE
receipt shall be retained and shall be
MAKE IT
available7to the state and local licensing authorities at all times during business8hours.9(3) It is unlawful for any owner, part owner, shareholder, or10person interested directly or indirectly in a beer and wine license to11conduct, own either in whole or in part, or be directly or indirectly12interested in any other business licensed pursuant to this article
OR
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ARTICLE
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OF THIS TITLE
; except that such a person may have an interest14in a license described in section 12-46-104 (1) (c), 12-47-401 (1) (j) to (1)15(t), or 12-47-410 (1) or in a financial institution referred to in section1612-47-308 (4).17
SECTION 2.
12-47-410 (1) and (5), Colorado Revised Statutes,18are amended to read:19
12-47-410. Bed and breakfast permit.
(1) In lieu of a hotel and20restaurant license, a person operating a bed and breakfast with not more21than twenty sleeping rooms that offers complimentary malt, vinous, or22spirituous liquors
ALCOHOL BEVERAGES
for consumption only on the23premises and only by overnight guests may be issued a bed and breakfast24permit. A bed and breakfast permittee shall not sell alcohol beverages by25the drink and shall not serve alcohol beverages for more than four hours26in any one day.27SB11-060
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