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Recent Changes to Wisconsin Alcohol Beverage Regulations 2024

Product ID: CA3607R5
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

A wedding sans suds? 

According to an annual survey by the Knot, 20% of couples who wed in 2022 got married at a barn, farm, or ranch – a trend that shows little sign of slowing down.1 And there are plenty of charming barn and farm venues to choose from in Wisconsin.2 When the owner of a wedding barn opens their property to host events, it’s not enough to have a quaint, rustic barn with picturesque surroundings. And now very recent changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations could leave owners of these popular wedding sites more shaken than stirred.  

Delve into the changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations at Recent Changes to Wisconsin Alcohol Beverage Regulations. Veteran alcohol beverage lawyers Jeffrey M. Glazer and Collin F. Schaefer will bring you up to speed on:

  • Expanded retail options for breweries, distilleries, and wineries
  • The new definition of “public spaces” prohibited from selling alcohol without a permit
  • The permitting options for wedding barn owners under the new law 
  • The impact on hotel rooms, vacation rentals, and camp sites 
Read More ↓

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Thursday, February 29, 202412:00 PM - 1:15 PM CT

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A wedding sans suds? 

According to an annual survey by the Knot, 20% of couples who wed in 2022 got married at a barn, farm, or ranch – a trend that shows little sign of slowing down.1 And there are plenty of charming barn and farm venues to choose from in Wisconsin.2 When the owner of a wedding barn opens their property to host events, it’s not enough to have a quaint, rustic barn with picturesque surroundings. And now very recent changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations could leave owners of these popular wedding sites more shaken than stirred.  

Delve into the changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations at Recent Changes to Wisconsin Alcohol Beverage Regulations. Veteran alcohol beverage lawyers Jeffrey M. Glazer and Collin F. Schaefer will bring you up to speed on:

  • Expanded retail options for breweries, distilleries, and wineries
  • The new definition of “public spaces” prohibited from selling alcohol without a permit
  • The permitting options for wedding barn owners under the new law 
  • The impact on hotel rooms, vacation rentals, and camp sites 
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A wedding sans suds? 

According to an annual survey by the Knot, 20% of couples who wed in 2022 got married at a barn, farm, or ranch – a trend that shows little sign of slowing down.1 And there are plenty of charming barn and farm venues to choose from in Wisconsin.2 When the owner of a wedding barn opens their property to host events, it’s not enough to have a quaint, rustic barn with picturesque surroundings. And now very recent changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations could leave owners of these popular wedding sites more shaken than stirred.  

Delve into the changes to Wisconsin’s alcohol beverage regulations at Recent Changes to Wisconsin Alcohol Beverage Regulations. Veteran alcohol beverage lawyers Jeffrey M. Glazer and Collin F. Schaefer will bring you up to speed on:

  • Expanded retail options for breweries, distilleries, and wineries
  • The new definition of “public spaces” prohibited from selling alcohol without a permit
  • The permitting options for wedding barn owners under the new law 
  • The impact on hotel rooms, vacation rentals, and camp sites 
Read More ↓

Jeffrey M. Glazer is a partner at Ogden Glazer + Schaefer where he manages the firm’s food and beverage practice. He has worked with alcohol beverage companies for the past 15 plus years, and his practice encompasses all 4 tiers of the 3-tier system (including the farmers who make the ingredients). OG+S represents a wide array of manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, and the farmers who supply them. He has spoken at numerous events across the country on food and beverage issues and published frequently on topics relevant to the industry. Jeff is the founder of Madison Beer Review and Madison Craft Beer Week.

Collin F. Schaefer is a partner in the law firm of Ogden Glazer + Schaefer. He received his undergraduate degree from Bradley University in international business and Spanish, and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin. After graduation, Collin started practice in Dodge County before opening a solo firm in Cedarburg and eventually, merged his firm with Erin Ogden and Jeff Glazer of OgdenGlazer. At OC+S Collin’s practice focuses on startups, securities, alcohol beverage licensing and permitting, trademarks, and real estate. Collin is the past president of the Dodge County Bar Association, the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce, and is a volunteer with Legal Action’s Eviction Defense Project. Outside the office, Collin enjoys spending time with his wife (Kim) and son (Noah), gardening, and hiking. 

  • Receive an overview of the changes Wisconsin Act 73 makes to liquor laws
  • Understand how Act 73 applies to wedding barn venues
  • Know how and when new statewide operator’s licenses will be issued
  • Find out what the creation of the Division of Alcohol Beverages means for your clients
  • Advise brewery, distillery, winery, and wedding barn owners on what the new law requires and prohibits 
  • Municipal lawyers
  • Government lawyers
  • Business lawyers
  • Small business advisors
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