Related Program: Stateside New law allows you to bring your own wine to Michigan restaurants By Stateside Staff • Mar 20, 2014 Related Program: Stateside TweetShareGoogle+Email Steve Carmody / Michigan Radio Listen Listening... / 5:49 A new Michigan law will now allow you to literally BYOB, bring your own bottle of wine to a restaurant. Chris is the Chief Restaurant Critic and Wine Writer at Hour Magazine, and he joined us today. Listen to the full interview above. Tags: Statesidewinerestaurantsbeer and winemichigan restaurant associationTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content New Michigan law may benefit state wineries By Michigan Radio Newsroom • Mar 15, 2014 Steve Carmody / Michigan Radio Michigan diners can start bringing their own bottles of wine to restaurants. A new corkage law went into effect on Friday. It says restaurants with liquor licenses can permit outside bottles of wine and charge a corking fee to serve them. State representative Jim Stamas sponsored the bill. He says the law will promote Michigan's wine industry.