— If you want to buy or sell beer, Wisconsin’s beer laws can get you in trouble.
But, unlike many other states, Wisconsin doesn’t require that you know how to read a license before you can open your own brewery.
Instead, you must have a license to open a brewery, which allows you to operate a business within the state.
The state allows breweries to sell beer and brew up to five batches per calendar year.
But, like most other states where breweries are allowed to sell and brew beer, they cannot sell to a customer who has a license for that brewery.
For example, the Brewers Association says it’s common for craft breweries to open their own stores.
That’s not allowed in Wisconsin.
In some cases, the association will allow a brewery to sell to beer distributors who have a local license.
In other cases, however, the beer distributor can only sell to an owner of a local brewery who has that license.
The beer distribution industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in Wisconsin, with about 40 craft breweries operating in the state and another 15 in Wisconsin counties, according to the Brewers association.