Different Types of Liquor Licenses
There are various licenses and permits you can apply for when you are seeking a liquor license in Dallas, TX. It is a process that can be somewhat difficult to follow if you are not familiar with the required documents, information, and the deadlines.
To make applying a bit easier for your business, the team at Texas Alcohol Consulting will take a brief look at the main types of liquor licenses that are available. The broad categories are manufacturing (for breweries, wineries, and distillers), distribution (general distribution and wholesaling), and retail. This final category is the most extensive as it includes bars, restaurants, taverns, retailers, private clubs, and package stores.
There is a fourth main category which is a catchall of sorts. This group covers permits for temporary events, for example, along with approval for transportation and warehousing. You can even drill down further into the permitting process and learn that subordinate licenses and permits are available such as a brewer’s self-distribution license, late-hours certificate, and water park permit, just to name a few.
As you can see from this very brief overview, there are multiple layers of paperwork you will have to wade through to get a liquor license and legal approval to make, distribute, or sell alcohol. At Texas Alcohol Consulting, we can handle all the documents and details so that you can concentrate on your core business.