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New homemade brew rules in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan residents can now legally serve their homemade alcohol at private gatherings like weddings after new rules came into effect on April 2.

Brandy Hewitt with Lloyd Wine Outfitters says it means customers can now have their beer, cider, and wine made by them for personal events for at least half the cost of similar commercial products.

“People were already able to do that in Alberta. But unfortunately, in Saskatchewan, you could never do that. So, this is really exciting for us now. This is opening up a demographic of people that we can offer our services to make their beer and wine for their weddings.”

The new law also has measures to allow municipalities to make their own bylaws about public consumption of liquor in parks.

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