One shall make no law disrespecting any one brewery, or prohibiting the availability of good beer thereof; or abridging freedom of malt, or of hops, or of grain; or of the right of the people to peaceably assemble and enjoy good craft beer.
Well-regulated breweries, being necessary to the security of an inebriated state, the right of the people to produce and sell craft beer, shall not be infringed.
No undesirable beer shall, in time of peace be quartered in any refrigerator, without consent of the owner, nor in time of jubilation, but in a case of poor taste.
The right of breweries to be secure in experimentation with malt, hop, grain, spice, and fruit shall not be violated.
No brewer shall be held to disclose the full recipe of enjoyable brews; nor shall any brewer be restricted from experimenting twice with identical ingredients; nor be deprived of freedom of ingenuity without due process of brewing and consumption.
In all cases of enjoyable beer, the drinker shall enjoy the right to speedy consumption and, if desired, assistance of acquaintances to consume.
In cases of uncommon beer, where the value per bottle shall exceed twenty dollars, the right to speedy consumption and assistance of acquaintances to consume, if desired, shall be preserved.
Consumption of unimpressive brews shall not be required, nor excessive imbibing imposed, nor poor flavor combinations inflicted.
The enumeration of the Bill of Beer shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by drinkers of craft beer.
The powers not delegated to craft breweries by the Bill of Beer, nor frowned upon by drinkers of craft beer, are reserved to homebrewers respectively.