It is worth noting that most of what are casually referred to as “Brew-Pubs” in the State of Maryland, are actually registered under Class 7 licenses.
The Class 6 Pub-Brewery license may only be issued to the holder of a Class B beer/wine/liquor on-sale license (essentially, a restaurant), and has the provisions:
- $500 fee;
- May brew up to 2,000;
- May not sell its product to retailers or other restaurants;
- May sell its beer in sealed/refillable containers for off-premise consumption (kegs);
- Is not available in all jurisdictions.
Read the law: Maryland Alcohol Article §2-208