IT is my belief that the sale of Growlers for obvious off site consumption should be allowed. This permit would promote competition and provide convenience to citizens. To restrain a wine shop from selling a Growler is to say that the purchase is either for on premise consumption, which it is not, or that it exceeds the alcoholic content that is permitted of a primarily wine seller. I have used growlers to serve some small dinner parties which I have hosted at my home. I think they are convenient and certainly better than the use of recycled bottles and cans, whom are not 100% recycled as I see them in many non-green type containers and garbage areas. I think the growler would certainly be recycled due to the money factor. I am able to keep one in my small refrigerator and they are well suited and sized for this purpose. I do not think you should restrain competition in the sale of these. I do not believe they offer any threat to be utilized on premises. I think they should be allowed to be sold at the Wine Seller in Williamsburg, as well as other similar wine stores. They certainlty present a business opportunity to enhance business and at the same time be more enviromentally friendly.