B&P Code 23356.2
23356.2. (a) No license or permit shall be required for the
manufacture of beer or wine for personal or family use, and not for
sale, by a person over 21 years of age. The aggregate amount of beer
or wine with respect to any household shall not exceed (1) 200
gallons per calendar year if there are two or more adults in the
household or (2) 100 gallons per calendar year if there is only one
adult in the household.
(b) Beer or wine produced pursuant to this section may be removed
from the premises where made only under any of the following
(1) For use, including tasting by judges, in a bona fide
competition or exhibition.
(2) For personal or family use.
(3) When donated to a nonprofit organization for use as provided
in subdivision (c).
(c) (1) Beer or wine produced pursuant to this section may be
donated to a nonprofit organization for sale at fundraising events
conducted solely by and for the benefit of the nonprofit
organization. Beer and wine donated pursuant to this subdivision may
be sold by the nonprofit organization only for consumption on the
premises of the fundraising event, under a license issued by the
department to the nonprofit organization pursuant to this division.
(2) Beer or wine donated and sold pursuant to this subdivision
shall bear a label identifying its producer and stating that the beer
or wine is homemade and not available for sale or for consumption
off the licensed premises. The beer or wine is not required to comply
with other labeling requirements under this division. However,
nothing in this paragraph authorizes the use of any false or
misleading information on a beer or wine label.
(3) A nonprofit organization established for the purpose of
promoting home production of beer or wine, or whose membership is
composed primarily of home brewers or home winemakers, shall not be
eligible to sell beer or wine pursuant to this subdivision.
(d) Except as provided in subdivision (c), this section does not
authorize the sale or offering for sale by any person of any beer or
wine produced pursuant to this section.
(e) Except as provided herein, nothing in this section authorizes
any activity in violation of Section 23300, 23355, or 23399.1.