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File #: 18-870    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/4/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/16/2018 Final action:
Title: Conduct the first reading of an ordinance amending Section 3-3-11 of the Naperville Municipal Code increasing the serving limitation of the Class S - Specialty Wine Shop and Class P - Manufacturer as well as removing the restriction that wine and beer be manufactured on premises in the Class P - Manufacturer license classification, and increasing the yearly Marketing Permits available per Class P licensee from 2 to 12.
Attachments: 1. Amended Ordinance, 2. Draft September Liquor Commission Meeting Minutes
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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Conduct the first reading of an ordinance amending Section 3-3-11 of the Naperville Municipal Code increasing the serving limitation of the Class S - Specialty Wine Shop and Class P - Manufacturer as well as removing the restriction that wine and beer be manufactured on premises in the Class P - Manufacturer license classification, and increasing the yearly Marketing Permits available per Class P licensee from 2 to 12.
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DEPARTMENT: Legal Department

SUBMITTED BY: Jennifer Lutzke, Senior Assistant City Attorney

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
On September 6, 2018, the Liquor Commission voted unanimously to recommend a liquor code text amendment increasing the serving limitation of the Class S - Specialty Wine Shop and modifying the Class P - Manufacturer classification.

BACKGROUND:
Class P - Manufacturer

The Class P - Manufacturer license allows for local craft beer, cider, wine, and distilled spirit manufacturers to include a retail component onsite where the manufacturers' may offer their craft beer and cider for retail sale, both for consumption on premises and off premises (package sales). At present, there are two Class P licensees: Solemn Oath Brewery and 2 Fools Cider, both located on Quincy Ave. On August 21, 2018, City Council raised the Class P liquor license cap to allow for three Class P licensees; there is one Class P license available.

The Class P license restricts on premises consumption to three servings per person, per day and limits retail sale to craft beer, cider, wine, and distilled spirits manufactured on premises.

Class P licensees are also eligible to apply for a Marketing Event permit. The Marketing Event permit allows for a one (1) day, for profit, marketing event twice per year.

On August 13, 2018, Governor Rauner signed a new state law, Public Act 100-0816, which amended the Liquor Control Act of 1934 to allow for breweries to purchase beer and cider from either a wholesaler or...

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