Grand Strand area breweries and distillery react to Gov. McMaster signing Micro-Distillery Parity Act

LITTLE RIVER, S.C. (WBTW) — Gov. Henry McMaster signed a bill that changes how distilleries can do business in South Carolina, allowing them to sell food, stay open later and serve more.

The bill is called the Micro-Distillery Parity Act. It will ease restrictions on South Carolina’s micro-distilleries, such as Twelve 33 in Little River. Kevin Osborne, owner and president of Twelve 33 Distillery, said he’s been pushing hard for this bill over the past year.

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