Get Your Liquor License
You’ve got a great idea, you’ve developed a plan and you’re almost ready to go! Now you need to obtain the proper licensing so that your business is in compliance with the law.
Since licensing requirements are different from one state to the next, this site has been established to help you find the information you need. We’ve done the drudgery and pulled together this information to help you on your way to success. To get started, select the state in which your business is going to operate in order to understand the requirements so that you can be up and running quickly.
What is a liquor license? In most states in the United States there is a governing agency that regulates the production, distribution and/or sales of Alcoholic Beverages. This is done to insure that these beverages are legally produced, sold and consumed and that the State is properly compensated by way of taxes and fees.
Who needs a liquor license? If your business or event handles or sells alcoholic beverages then it will likely need a license. Types of businesses that might need a license: Liquor Wholesalers and Distributors, Bars, Taverns, Pubs, Restaurants, Convenience Stores, Grocery Stores, Wineries, Distilleries, Breweries, Sporting Events and Venues, Concert Halls, and the list goes on.
How do I get a liquor license? In most states you can follow the steps outlined in this site to obtain your license. In some jurisdictions you will find Liquor License Brokers that assist in the sale and purchase of existing licenses. So, click on your state below and there you’ll find information to get you closer to your success.