The government parties have reached agreement on the Alcohol Act, the comprehensive reform of the details of the Conservative Party parliamentary group, Vice-Presidents, MPs Sinuhe Wallinheimo and Outi Mäkelä tell in a statement.

The resulting outcome of the negotiations for beverages sold in grocery retailing strength limit will rise from the current 4.7 per cent to 5.5 per cent.

Also, the manufacturing method is limited exits, which means that in the future the current store gets stronger beers as well as ciders and long drinks.

Small breweries can sell their own products in excess of the 5.5 per cent limit, ie the so-called "alcopops" sales is possible in the future.

Licensed Regions regulatory festivals will be reduced, and in recent years, generalized beer stalls will no longer be required.

Finland now taken on a broad front steps towards a more European alcohol culture.

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