It has been reported that House Bill 1132, proposed to increase production for Indiana Breweries from 20,000 barrels to 30,000 has gone through the House on a vote of 84 -12. Right now in Indiana, there aren't any breweries currently producing over 20,000 barrels, but Three Floyds is projected to hit that number sometime around October. Sun King is projecting for that capacity in the near future. Their efforts have paid off, and that is a great thing for all of us in the state.
Unfortunately, the reporting from some news outlets have butchered the story a bit. They continue to refer to tax breaks as one of the reasons for the push to increase. THIS IS NOT TRUE. There are not breaks on higher production.
The increase in production simply allows the breweries to not only brew more, but to continue to operate their tasting rooms and brewpubs and continue to self-distribute their beers (if applicable). There are not tax breaks at higher production levels. The brewers pay tax on every beer they sell. It does not matter if they produce 20 or 20,000 barrels, and it won't matter if that limit is increased to 30,000.
You can read more about this bill and its history from Jason and Mike here and here.