Follow these steps to get a liquor license
Obtaining a liquor license for your business can be a confusing process. There are many laws, requirements and processes to go through which is frustrating. Here are a few steps to make obtaining a license easier for you.
Find a good liquor license attorney
The first thing to be aware of is that each state has its own rules and requirements regarding the supply of liquor licenses, so you should contact a local authority to find out about alcohol laws and the sale of licenses in your specific state. An attorney that specializes in alcohol beverage law will ensure that your application is complete, that you meet the necessary qualifications and that all the documentation is provided as required. Other services may include:
Acquisition of A Liquor License
Renewal of a Liquor License
Transfer of License
Defense of Citations against your License
Defense of Non Renewal/Nuisance Bar Actions against your License
Find out which type of liquor license you need
There are many different types of liquor licenses with strict rules and parameters around each one. It is critical for your business to purchase the correct type of license for your business. A restaurant (R) license permits you to sell different kinds of alcohol than an eating place (E) license or a distributor (D) license. For information on other types of liquor licenses refer to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board website.
Contact a liquor license broker
Using a liquor license brokerage service such as PA Liquor License Company can help you to find a license quickly. Obtaining a liquor license in Pennsylvania can be a frustrating and overwhelming process, but a broker can make it simple and easy.
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