If you have a retail license to sell only beer for on-premises or off-premises consumption, your license lasts forthree years. Off-premises liquor and wine licenses (liquor and wine stores) are also issued for three years. On-premises wine and liquor licenses are issued for two years.
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What is a liquor license?
A liquor license legally permits a business to sell and/or serve alcohol. Every state issues its own licenses, but the conditions for obtaining such vary by state. Additionally, each state has its own Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) agency that evaluates whether businesses meet and maintain the conditions for a license.
When do liquor licenses expire?
All liquor licenses expire annually on September 30. The license renewal period is from June 1 through July 31 of each year.
Can you sell alcohol with an all liquor license?
However, some states limit earnings from the sale of alcohol with an all liquor license. A server license, broadly known as a server permit, allows servers to sell beer, wine, and liquor at establishments with an on-license. A tavern license allows for the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises.
How long does liquor last post-open?
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