Thanks to a new administrative rule, restaurants in Michigan will now be able to have self-dispensing alcohol machines right at their patrons' tables.
An updated rule set that went into effect Dec. 13 permits these dispensing machines for the first time for liquor licensees in this state, which will allow people to dispense beer or wine at their tables.
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) began considering the change when it opened up its general rules for revision, as the industry expressed interest in these self-dispensing table taps.
However, there are restrictions: It cannot dispense more than 96 ounces of beer or wine in a single order - and no spirits or mixed spirit drinks.
For the full article, see "Beer & Wine Taps At The Table: Coming To A Restaurant Near You?", Inside MIRS Today, December 19, 2016.
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