Dear Valued Customers,
Due to recent changes with the way the State of Michigan is enforcing their alcohol laws and the increased policing of all Direct to Consumer shipping, effective immediately Michigan has been removed from the list of allowable "ship to" states.
Michigan’s Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division has sent out mailings threatening to enforce the Michigan Liquor Control Code, specifically:
MCL 436.1909(3) A person who performs an act for which a license is required under this act without first obtaining that license or who sells alcoholic liquor in a county that has prohibited the sale of alcoholic liquor under section 1107 is guilty of a felony punishable by imprisonment for not more than 1 year or by a fine of not more than $1,000.00, or both.
It is for these reasons that shipping into Michigan must cease effective immediately.
Please note that in the wake of the recent Tennessee Supreme court ruling that was handed down in June 2019 regarding Interstate Shipping by Retailers there has been a flurry of regulatory changes and enforcement activity in many states. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you as new information comes to light.
We expect MI to be turned off for the foreseeable future.
See links below regarding DTC regulatory laws:
Thank you for your understanding.