Off-Premise Liquor License Applications
“Off-Premises” Liquor Licenses are a category of licenses that allow you to sell alcoholic beverages to patrons for their off-of-the-premises consumption only. There are many different types of these “off-premises” licenses – some allow you to sell wine at retail; some allow you to sell spirits and wine at retail; some allow for beer to be sold at retail; and some allow for the sale of beer and wine products (specifically not wine). Similarly to the description of On-Premises licenses above, picking the appropriate type and class of license that is right for you is tricky and often times quite nuanced. We’re always happy to help and talk you through any scenario, to eventually ensure that you are choosing the correct license type for your business.
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Interpretations of Law and Advisory Opinions from the SLA
The Alcoholic Beverage Control Law is fairly old. And although the statute does evolve (somewhat) over time, there are many inventions, scenarios and questions that were never contemplated and are still not accounted for.
Anytime that there is an event held and alcoholic beverages are distributed, whether they are being sold, given away, donated, etc., there will always be a type of license or permit that should be governing that event.