Oregon Liquor Contral Commission Says No To CBD In Alcoholic Drinks

At its Dec.19, 2019 Commission meeting, the OLCC amended OAR 845-010-0205, with an effective date of Jan. 1, 2020. The rule change will allow the OLCC to take action against a liquor licensee that manufactures, imports, sells, or serves a malt beverage product that has not received required formula approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. At this time, and until the FDA recognizes CBD as an allowable ingredient in items intended for human consumption, the TTB will not approve a formula or a label for any alcoholic beverage containing CBD as an ingredient.

Here’s the full letter from the commission dated 19 December 2019