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Maryland Code, Alcoholic Beverages § 32-1304

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(a) There is a beer festival license.

(b)(1) The Board may issue the license to a holder of a Class 5 brewery license, Class 6 pub-brewery license, Class 7 micro-brewery license, or Class 8 farm brewery license.

(2) Each manufacturer that participates in the beer festival shall obtain a beer festival license.

(c) The license authorizes the holder to display and sell beer owned and manufactured by the license holder.

(d) A license holder shall display and sell beer:

(1) at retail for on-premises consumption;  and

(2) during the hours and days designated for the festival.

(e)(1) The Board may designate the number of times during a calendar year that the license may be issued.

(2) The festival shall be held at a location that is not already licensed.

(f) The license may be in effect for not more than 3 consecutive days.

(g) The license holder may hold another license of a different class or nature.

(h) The license fee is $50 per day.

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