Shifting Montana brewery tap room serving hours to noon-10pm makes sense because it:
- Shifts, but does not increase, tap room serving hours
- Meets the expectations of Montanans and the visiting public and tourists
- Provides for growth in the use of Montana grown agricultural products
- Creates jobs at Montana breweries
- Enables reinvestment in brewing capacity at Montana breweries
- Lifts unneeded restrictions that inhibit industry growth
- Supports free enterprise concepts in the marketplace
- Better fits with many Montana worker's schedules, who work past 7 or 8pm
- Aligns better with other regional state's laws, which have no hours restrictions
- Helps Montana small businesses grow jobs and make investments
- Supports a viable, growing, and responsible industry in the state
- Aligns with winery laws, which have no serving hours restrictions
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Brent V. Sorenson, United States4 years ago Comments: The present system eliminates benificial free market competition between brewers and other bars at the expense of service, growth, jobs, and the utilization of local agricultural product. This is nothing less than unwarented free market interference that has nothing to do with the public good. The time is well overdue for a change that will have the effect of leveling the playing field, and correcting these out-dated and damaging restrictions which at present create a monopoly that in reality benifts only the wealthy few.
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