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Notwithstanding any other provisions of the Kansas liquor control act or the club and drinking establishment act to the contrary, any person or entity who is issued a temporary permit may provide samples of wine, beer and distilled spirits on the permit premises as follows:
(a) All wine, beer and spirits sampled shall come from the inventory of the temporary permit holder. Except as provided by paragraph (2), a person other than the temporary permit holder, or such permit holder's agent or employee, may not dispense or participate in the dispensing of alcoholic beverages under this section.
(b) A supplier's permit holder, or such permit holder's agent or employee, may provide samples of wine, beer and distilled spirits on the permit premises, and may open, touch or pour such alcoholic liquor, make a presentation, or answer questions at such sampling events. Any alcoholic liquor sampled under this subsection must be purchased from a retailer or the temporary permit holder on whose premises the sampling event is held.
(c) No charge of any sort may be made for a sample serving.
(d) A person may be served more than one sample. Samples may not be served to a minor. No samples may be removed from the permit premises.
(e) The act of providing samples to consumers shall be exempt from the requirement of holding a Kansas food service dealer license from the department of agriculture under the provisions of chapter 65 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Kansas Statutes Chapter 41. Intoxicating Liquors and Beverages § 41-1204. Providing samples of alcoholic liquor - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ks/chapter-41-intoxicating-liquors-and-beverages/ks-st-sect-41-1204/
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