We went down to Silver Moon Brewing this weekend for drinks and found out that they are unable to serve wine anymore. Apparently about six months ago the OLCC informed them of this situation: since they are a defacto production brewery (they brew on-premise but are not licensed as a brewpub) and self-distribute, OLCC regulations state that if they brew more than 1000 barrels of beer per year, then their licensing changes.
Well, Silver Moon brewed just over 1000 barrels last year, so this "production brewery" regulation went into effect; they can serve beer in their taproom, but no other types of alcohol, including wine.
(I’m sure my explanation isn’t exact as far as the OLCC regulations go, but this is essentially as I understand it.)
There’s some potential legislation that might change this, but for now, if you’re heading down to Silver Moon and you don’t drink beer for some reason (my wife doesn’t), be aware that all you can get instead is water or pop.
Of course, don’t let that stop you from visiting them anyway—they have a terrific seasonal Belgian-style rye beer on tap (brewed with heather tips), they still have food, and they’ve got a consistently busy and great lineup of live music every week.