Lawmakers at the State Capitol are moving forward with laws to ease restrictions on craft brewers. Tuesday, Sen. John Corona said brewers and distributors struck a tentative deal on new rules for selling beer in Texas.

Under current law, craft breweries cannot sell directly to their customers. Instead, they are required to use a distributor or sell to a retail location. Any beer consumed during a tour has to be given away for free.

The distributors, who have long held sway with lawmakers, have been reluctant to support changes to the system. Brewers, on the other hand, argue that the current laws give an unfair advantage to national distributors. Details of the compromise reached between the two sides have not been released, yet.

The Associated Press Contributed to this report