32. For a licensee or employee to knowingly permit spirituous liquor to be removed from the licensed premises, except in the original unbroken package. This paragraph does not apply to any of the following:
(c) A bar, beer and wine bar, liquor store, beer and wine store or domestic microbrewery licensee who dispenses beer only in a clean glass container with a maximum capacity that does not exceed one gallon and not for consumption on the premises as long as:
(i) The licensee or the licensee’s employee fills the container at the tap at the time of sale.
(ii) The container is sealed with a plastic adhesive and displays a government warning label.
(iii) The dispensing of that beer is not done through a drive-through or walk-up service window.
The department shall review the effects of this subdivision and submit a report by July 1, 2015 on the effects of this section to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate. The department shall provide a copy of this report to the secretary of state.
Clarification to which AZ liquor licenses this law applies – A bar = series 6 , Beer & wine bar = series 7 , liquor store = series 9, beer and wine store = series 10, domestic mb = series 3
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