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Michael Floyd

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We carry more than 20 different types of Liquior License.

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Grocery Beer License Type (A):

Off –premises consumption, three years license. Issued to grocery stores and supermarkets.

Grocery Beer License Type (AX)

Off –premises consumption, three years license. Issued to grocery stores and supermarkets. "Wine Product" is defined as a beverage containing wine with added juice, flavoring, water, citric acid, sugar and carbon dioxide, not containing more than 6% alcohol by volume.

Eating Place Beer License Type (EB)

Three years license. Issued to an Eating and Drinking Establishment., It is restricted to the sale of Beer for on premises consumption only.

Restaurant Wine Licenser Type (RW)

Two years license. License for on premises consumption of wine and beer in a place where food is prepared in such quantities that the sale of wine and beer is not the prime source of revenue.

On Premises Liquor License Type (OP)

Two years license. Generally considered to be the standard: bar" license. Allows on-premises consumption of liquor, wine and beer and also allows for beer for off-premises consumption. Food must be served.

Liquor store

Two years license. License for on premises consumption of wine and beer in a place where food is prepared in such quantities that the sale of wine and beer is not the prime source of revenue.

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Hotel beer

For on-premises of beer, includes room service situations as well as sale for off-premises consumption

Hotel wine

On-premises sale of wine and beer in both a restaurant in the hotel as well as room service.

Hotel liquor

allows consumption of liquor, wine and beer on the premises, including room service. The holder of an "HL" license may apply for a "Hotel off premises" (HOP" permit to sell liquors and wines for off premises consumption.

Club beer

"Non-for-Profit" or "Benevolent Orders" organization. ABC officer must be appointed to act as a liaison to the SLA. Allows members and guests consumption of beer on the premises.

Club Wine

Allows "on-for-Profit" or "Benevolent Orders" members and guests sale of wine or beer on-premises. The club must appoint an ABC officer

Club Liquor

Allows "on-for-Profit" or "Benevolent Orders" members and guests sale of liquor, wine or beer on-premises. The club must appoint an ABC officer.

Ball park Beer

For on-premise consumption of beer at baseball parks, racetracks, and other athletic fields.

Tavern Wine

Allows sale for on-premises consumption of wine and beer.

Catering Establishment

Allows providers of food for banquet halls, dining halls, etc., to provide liquor, wine and beer for consumption for an assemblage for a particular function.

Cabaret Liquor

For consumption on the premises, liquor, wine and beer, but for premise specializing in music entertainment. 600 people and over.

Wine store

License to sell Wine only for off-premise consumption, under the same basic conditions as a Liquor Store

Microbrewery

May produce or brew up to 60,000 barrels of beer. May not sell to the general public without a brewer’s retail permit

Restaurant – Brewer

referred to as a "Brew pub" license. Allows brewing of beer on-premises, as well as on-premise sale of liquor, wine and beer

Supplemental Restaurant Brewer

Allows a restaurant brewer to sell for off-premise, wholesale, and outdoor gatherings.