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Liquor License Services
Getting a liquor license is difficult, but Helbraun Levey can make obtaining your NY liquor license easy.
We provide expert legal advice to help entrepreneurs navigate this critical licensing process. Learn why Helbraun Levey is the perfect partner for owners who need assistance with liquor licenses in New York State.
Since 2005, we have been helping clients navigate the New York liquor license process. We’ve helped thousands of clients obtain their New York liquor licenses and have helped even more to navigate the state liquor authority as it relates to interpreting policy, rules, and other additional licensing and permitting needs.
We boast one of the largest and most knowledgeable licensing teams in NY state. But what really sets us apart from other firms is our combination of practical experience and legal expertise. We can help you to navigate the New York liquor licensing process and put your business in the best position to succeed.
On-Premise Liquor License Applications
“On-Premises” Liquor Licenses are a category of licenses that allow you to serve alcoholic beverages on the actual premise of your business.
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.
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.
Liquor License Renewals
Once you are approved for your liquor license, you can take a deep breath, as the hardest part is done.
Many people don’t realize that whenever there is a change made to your physical establishment or to the ownership of it, the Liquor Authority must be informed.
Seasonal and Special License Applications
The Liquor Authority understands that there is not a “one-size-fits-all” license, so they’ve developed a number of different classes and categories of licenses.
Centralized Warehousing and Bookkeeping
If you own multiple units and have multiple liquor licenses within New York State, you could be eligible for a “Centralized Bookkeeping” and/or “Centralized Warehousing” allowance.
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.