I know this topic comes up once a quarter or so but I had a question that I've never seemingly gotten answered here or in research into the law. I recently moved and came across a growler I had gotten at Yard House back in the Fall of 2003. (Costa Mesa location) Hard to see in the picture but it's branded with Yard House's name and information and the various government alcohol warnings as any other current growler has. A blurb about sanitizing the growler before reusing and the address of Yard House's corporate office in Irvine. It also has this on the handle: They had business card sized inserts into the plastic sleeve that listed the beer, brewery, address and phone number of brewery and the alcohol percentage of the beer. Having looked online and various threads here this seems to meet the requirements of the current growler laws in the state of California. Any reason this wouldn't still qualify for fills if someone/some bar was to simply buy generic growlers and do this card idea? I also have no idea if Yard House even fills growlers anymore. I haven't been to one in several years with the offerings now days being much better.