The Beer Jobs Bill suffered major amendments in the senate subcommittee. The original aim of the bill was to allow breweries to sell beer at the brewery tours. Distributors, the people who traditionally take beer from large beer producers like Budweiser and then ship it to the stores, opposed this because it cuts them out of the loop. Fortunately for the distributors, the committee has now limited the purchasing of beers to one beverage, such as a growler or a single 12 ounce container of beer. So, the distributors, who attract zero tourists per year, have scored a victory against the small business breweries, who attract thousands of tourists to our state each year. Viva la crony capitalism!