1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Alcoholic Beverage Control
  4. Article 3: Special Provisions Relating to Mead and Braggot


Section 33 Authorization for sale of mead and braggot by wholesale licensees

Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC)

Authorization for sale of mead and braggot by wholesale licensees. 1. Each wholesale licensee authorized to sell beer under this chapter shall have the right, by virtue of its license and without being required to pay any additional fee for the privilege, to sell at wholesale:

  (a) braggot purchased from a person licensed to produce braggot under this chapter. Such braggot shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter regarding the tasting and sale of beer at wholesale and retail; or

  (b) mead purchased from a person licensed to produce mead and which has not been designated as wine pursuant to subdivision nineteen-a of section three of this chapter. Such mead shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter regarding the tasting and sale of beer at wholesale and retail.

  2. Each wholesale licensee authorized to sell wine under this chapter shall have the right, by virtue or its license and without being required to pay any additional fee for the privilege, to sell at wholesale mead purchased from a person licensed to produce mead and which has been designated as wine pursuant to subdivision nineteen-a of section three of this chapter. Such mead shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter regarding the tasting and sale or wine at wholesale and retail.