The state's alcohol regulatory agency is giving Texas craft brewers some relief from Governor Greg Abbott's shutdown order. The governor ordered the closure of all businesses making more than 51-percent of their gross revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission ruled Friday that the calculation would only include beverages consumed on the premises. To-go sales and product distributed to retailers and wholesalers are no longer included. The Texas Craft Brewers Guild had said the earlier interpretation would mean the death of two-thirds of its members by the end of the year.