Permits

Alcohol permits cover a wide variety of activities and can be issued to both businesses and private citizens. Below is a list of permits presently available. If you are looking for a MAST (for servers) permit, those can be found here. Additional information about permit timeliness can be found in the Regulatory Handbook. The handbook contains details about most of the commonly required permits in the state and has links to regulatory agencies statewide.

Permits

  •  Class Permits 1, 2, or 6 - Alcohol Permits – for the purchase of ethyl alcohol not used for consumption.
    • Permit 1- used by a physician, dentist or a person in charge of an institution like a hospital or sanitarium.
    • Permit 2-used by a person engaged in mechanical or manufacturing business, such as boat cleaning.
    • Permit 6-used by a person operating a drug store to be sold on the RX of a physician.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 7 - 14 business days
       
  • Class Permit 4 - To serve employees or guests. Permit for businesses that do not hold a liquor license to serve employees or invited guests at no charge.
    • Example-hotels and large corporate companies.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 30 - 45 business days 
       
  • Class Permit 5 - To import alcohol or other materials to be used in the manufacture of liquor, or other products.
    • Example: Winery, distillery or companies that manufacture food products containing alcohol of less than 1%.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 7 - 14 business days
       
  • Class Permit 8 - Liquor service without charge or donation at a trade association event.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 10 - 15 business days 
       
  • Class Permit 9 - Liquor donation by a manufacturer, importer or wholesaler for a trade association meal or reception event.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 10 - 15 business days
       
  • Class Permit 10 - Liquor service without charge or donation at an international trade fair, show or exposition.
    • Sample 
    • Processing time: 10 - 15 business days
       
  • Class Permit 11 - Bed and Breakfast lodging facilities – allows a bed and breakfast lodging facility to donate or serve beer or wine without charge to overnight guests for consumption on the premise.
    • Example-hotel or similar facility offering one to eight lodging units and breakfast to travelers or guests.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 30 - 45 business days
       
  • Class Permit 15 - For alcohol tasting by persons at least 18 years of age. Allows tasting (not consuming) of alcohol by persons who are at least 18 years of age, who are enrolled as a student in a class that is part of a culinary, wine technology, beer technology, or spirituous technology related degree program at a community,  technical college, regional or state university.
    • Example-Educational training as part of the class curriculum in a community, technical college, regional or state university.  
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 7 - 14 business days
       
  • Class Permit 16 - Day Spas- Offers one complimentary 6 oz. glass of wine or 12 oz. beer to customers at least 21 years of age if the services they receive last one hour or more.
    • Example-A spa that offers at least three of the following four types of beauty services: hair care, nail care, skin care or body care (massage, wraps, waxing, etc.).
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 7 - 14 business days
       
  • Permit to Raffle Alcohol - To raffle alcohol that has been purchased at retail or donated by a private citizen.
    Example: the organization is a bona fide charitable or nonprofit organization, organized primarily for purposes other than conducting raffles.
    • Sample
    • Processing time: 7-14 business days
       

 

 

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