18.38.025   ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING.
   .010   Sewer Study Required. Alcoholic beverage manufacturing shall be permitted in the "C-R" Regional Commercial Zone, the "C-G" General Commercial Zone, the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone, the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan No. 92-2 (SP 92-2) Zone, the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. 2015-01 (SP 2015-01) Zone, and the "I" Industrial Zone provided that the alcoholic beverage manufacturer satisfies the following requirements:
      .0101   A sewer study, including an identification of appropriate measures to mitigate sewer deficiencies, shall be prepared by a registered professional civil engineer in the State of California and submitted for consideration by the City Engineer.
      .0102   The sewer study is subject to approval by the City Engineer.  The alcoholic beverage manufacturer will be required to implement all mitigation measures recommended in the sewer study, including the construction of new sewer facilities.
      .0103   Prior and as a condition to the opening for business of an alcoholic beverage manufacturing use, the alcoholic beverage manufacturer shall implement all such mitigation measures to the satisfaction of the City Engineer.
   .020   Size Limitations. The following size limitations shall apply to alcoholic beverage manufacturing uses:
      .0201   There is no size limit for alcoholic beverage manufacturing uses located in the "I" Industrial Zone and the Development Areas 1 and 2 of the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. SP 2015-01 (SP2015-01) Zone.
      .0202   Alcoholic beverage manufacturing uses may not exceed 6,000 square feet, unless otherwise permitted by conditional use permit, in the "C-G" General Commercial Zone, "C-R" Regional Commercial Zone, Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone, Anaheim Resort Specific Plan No. SP 92-2 (SP92-2) Zone, and Development Areas 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. SP 2015-01 (SP2015-01) Zone.
   .030   Tasting or Tap Room. A tasting or tap room may not exceed a total of 750 square feet, unless otherwise permitted by conditional use permit. The area permitted for a tasting  or tap room shall not include any outdoor patio area. A tasting or tap room consists of the floor area where alcoholic beverages are consumed, including any bar and seating areas but shall not consist of area within the alcoholic beverages manufacturing licensed premises devoted to restrooms serving the tasting or tap room. An outdoor patio area may be permitted provided it is not located in any required parking space or access way. An outdoor patio area may not exceed 1,000 square feet, unless otherwise permitted by conditional use permit.
      .0301   The Planning and Building Director may establish or modify hours of operation for tasting or tap rooms and/or outdoor patios associated with Alcohol Beverage Manufacturing business when the tasting room, tap room or outdoor patio is located within 150 feet of any residential use.  Any decision by the Planning and Building Director regarding the hours of operation may be appealed to the Planning Commission, in accordance with the procedures established in Chapter 18.60 (Procedures).
      .0302   All brewery owners and employees working in a tasting room or tap room shall successfully complete the LEAD (Licensee Education on Alcohol and Drugs) program through the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and/or other responsible beverage service program as approved by the Anaheim Police Department. Certification from the LEAD or equivalent program shall be completed prior to commencement of the tasting room or tap room business. Proof of certification of LEAD or equivalent program shall be made available to the City of Anaheim upon request.
   .040   Grain Silo. A grain silo may be permitted to be located outside of the building serving as the alcoholic beverage manufacturing use. The grain silo may not be located in any required parking space or access way. One (1) sign may be permitted on the grain silo with a maximum size of nine (9) square feet. The silo sign is permitted in addition to any permitted wall signs or monument signs.
   .050   Outdoor Equipment. Outdoor utility equipment must be screened in accordance with the requirements in Section 18.38.160 (Mechanical and utility equipment – ground mounted). Outdoor ground- mounted utility equipment is not permitted in the "C-G" General Commercial Zone, the "C-R" Regional Commercial Zone, the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone, the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan No. SP 92-2 (SP92-2) Zone, and Development Areas 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. SP 2015-01 (SP2015-01) Zone.
   .060    Outdoor Storage. Outdoor storage is prohibited in the "C-G" General Commercial Zone, "R-C" Regional Commercial Zone, the Platinum Triangle Mixed Use (PTMU) Overlay Zone, the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan No. SP 92-2 (SP92-2) Zone and Development Areas 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. SP 2015-01 (SP2015-01) Zone.
   .070   No video, electronic or other amusement devices or games shall be permitted.
   .080   The real property upon which an alcoholic beverage manufacturing use is operated shall be permanently maintained in an orderly fashion by the provision of regular landscape maintenance, removal of trash and debris, and removal of graffiti within forty eight (48) hours from the time of occurrence.
   .090   Any proposed roof-mounted equipment shall be completely screened from view. This screening information shall be specifically shown on the plans submitted for a building permit.
   .100   A security plan in a form satisfactory to the Anaheim Police Department shall be submitted to and approved by the Anaheim Police Department prior and as a condition to the issuance of a permit, which plan shall be formulated to deter unlawful conduct of employees and patrons, to promote the safe and orderly assembly and movement of persons and vehicles, and to prevent disturbances to surrounding uses and the neighborhood by excessive noise created by patrons entering or leaving the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises.
   .110   Parking lots, driveways, circulation areas, aisles, passageways, recesses and grounds contiguous to buildings making up an alcoholic beverage manufacturing use shall be provided with enough lighting to illuminate and make clearly visible the presence of any person on or about the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises during the hours of darkness and shall provide a safe and secure environment for all persons, property, and vehicles onsite.
   .120   There shall be no admission fee, cover charge, nor minimum purchase required.
   .130   Signs shall be posted inside the business near the exit door stating: "No alcohol allowed past this point."
   .140   The number of persons shall not exceed the maximum occupancy load as determined by the Anaheim Fire Department.  Signs indicating the occupant load shall be posted in a conspicuous place on an approved sign near the main exit from the room. (See Section 25.114(a) of the 2013 Edition of the California Fire Code, as the same may be amended from time to time.)
   .150   There shall be no live entertainment, amplified music or dancing permitted on the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises at any time without issuance of proper permits as required by the Anaheim Municipal Code.
   .160   The display of alcoholic beverages shall not be located outside of a building or within five (5) feet of any public entrance to the building.
   .170   Up to four (4) Special Event Permits are allowed for an alcoholic beverages manufacturing use subject to Section 18.38.240, except that Special Event Permits may be permitted for alcoholic beverage manufacturing uses in the "I" Industrial Zone and in the Anaheim Canyon Specific Plan No. 2015-01 (SP 2015-01) Zone.
   .180   Food preparation and service shall be allowed as an accessory use to an alcohol beverage manufacturer's licensed premises for those alcohol beverage manufacturers that regularly sell alcoholic beverages wholesale to other businesses. 
   .190   An alcoholic beverage manufacturer shall not serve brands of alcoholic beverages distributed by a competing alcoholic beverage manufacturer. The alcoholic beverages served shall be limited to the products that are authorized to be sold by the alcoholic beverage manufacturer under its license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.
   .200   A licensed alcoholic beverage manufacturer may, at the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises of production, sell to consumers for consumption off the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises alcoholic beverages that are produced and bottled by, or produced and packaged for, that manufacturer. A licensed alcoholic beverage manufacturer may also sell such alcoholic beverages to consumers for consumption in the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's tasting or tap room.  (Ord. 6296 § 10  March 4, 2014:  Ord. 6358 § 3  February 9, 2016:  Ord. 6382 § 21  October 18, 2016.)
   .210   A licensed alcoholic beverage manufacturer may, at the alcoholic beverage manufacturer's licensed premises of production, sell to consumers equipment and ingredients intended for the purposes of brewing beer at home. (Ord. 6406 § 1; April 25, 2017:  Ord. 6425 § 15; December 19, 2017.)