Craft breweries are toasting to two more laws that passed in the Texas Senate today. Lawmakers unanimously approved SB 516 and SB 517 as part of a larger package of bills loosening restrictions on the state’s small brewers. The bills passed today expand sales opportunities and raise production limits from 75,000 to 125,000 barrels of beer per year.

Earlier this week, the Senate approved two other measures that allowed brewpub products to be sold at retail locations and freed up small breweries to open on-site taprooms.

Currently, state law bans micro-brewers from selling their beer on site. The passage of the bill package is the result of months of negotiations between brewers and distributors. Brewers had argued that existing law favored out-of-state brewers. They faced opposition from distributors who have a strong lobby voice at the State Capitol.

“I appreciate the support and attention that my Senate colleagues gave to this issue,” said Sen. Kevin Eltife, the bills’ sponsor. “I would also like to thank all of the stakeholders for their hard work and willingness to seek compromise on these bills. We would not have been successful if not for the dedicated craft brewing community who have worked for several sessions to pass this important legislation.”

All four bills will now head to the House of Representatives.