Section 34 of the Liquor Act 2007 (NSW) is concerned with Beer and Spirits Producers and is set out below.
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34 Producers of beer or spirits
(1) A producer/wholesaler licence authorises the licensee, if the licensee carries on business as a producer of beer or spirits:
(a) to sell the licensee’s product by wholesale, at any time on the licensed premises, to persons authorised to sell liquor (whether by wholesale or by retail), and
(b) to sell the licensee’s product by retail on the licensed premises, for consumption away from the licensed premises only and only if it is supplied in sealed containers, on any day of the week during the standard trading period for that day or during such other period as may be authorised by an extended trading authorisation, and
(c) to sell or supply the licensee’s product, at any time on the licensed premises, to customers and intending customers for consumption while on the licensed premises, but only for the purposes of tasting, and (d) to sell or supply the licensee’s product at any time on the licensed premises to the employees of the licensee or of a related corporation of the licensee.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a product is the “licensee’s product” only if:
(a) it has been produced on the licensed premises, and
(b) it is uniquely the licensee’s (or a related corporation of the licensee’s) own product.