FLORIDA - A bill allowing Florida breweries to sell bigger beers moved forward Thursday.
The state Senate Regulated Industries Committee unanimously approved the measure.
The bill would allow craft breweries to sell 64-ounce containers of beer to its customers.
The law allowed breweries to sell 32-ounce or 128-ounce containers, but 64-ounces ones was illegal.
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