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  • ​​​​​​Wholesale/Distributor (Series 4)
  • Bar LIcense (Series 6)
  • Beer and Wine Bar License (Series 7)
  • Liquor Store (Series 9)
  • Beer and Wine Store (Series 10)
  • Restaurant (Series 12)

AE LIQUOR LICENSE SERVICE, LLC and it's principal and employees are providing license consulting services. We are not attorneys and are not providing legal services and/or advice. Any questions of a legal nature should be directed to an attorney.

A document issued by the Arizona Department of Liquor that authorizes a specified person to deal in liquor. License privileges vary with each license series, i.e.: privileges of producer, wholesaler, retailer authorized to deal in wine and/or beer and/or distilled spirits. A.R.S. §4-101(17).

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Notice of a change of agent shall be filed with the department within thirty (30) days after such a change. The fee for this is $100.00; except that, if a licensee holds multiple licenses, each additional notice of agent change shall be $50.00. A.R.S. §4-202(C), A.R.S. §4-209(H)

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When a licensee wishes to change the physical arrangement of the licensed premises from the diagram on record at the Department of Liquor. An Extension of Premises request must be submitted on a form provided by the Department. The licensee may request a permanent or temporary change of premises. Examples include adding a patio, adding or deleting windows, doors, dance floors, etc. Prior to approval an inspection may be required by the state. A.R.S. §4-207.01 and A.A.C. R19-1-207.

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Wholesaler / Distributor (Series 4)

  • This non-transferable liquor license allows a wholesaler to warehouse, sell and distribute all types of spirituous liquor (beer, wine, distilled spirits) to Arizona-licensed retailers.

Bar License (Series 6)

  • An on-sale retailer authorized to sell beer, wine and distilled spirits in individual portions for consumption on the licensed premises, AND in an original, unopened, container for consumption off the licensed premises in limited quantities established under A.R.S. §4-206.01(F), AND beer in to-go container that is sealed and labeled as described in A.R.S. §4-4-244(32)(c). A.A.C. R19-1-101(A)

​Beer and Wine Bar License (Series 7)

  • ​An on-sale retailer authorized to sell beer and wine in individual portions for consumption on the licensed premises, AND in an original, unopened, container for consumption off the licensed premises in limited quantities established under A.R.S. §4-206.01(F), AND beer in to-go container that is sealed and labeled as described in A.R.S. §4-244(32).A.A.C. R19-1-101(A)(3).

​Liquor Store (Series 9)

  • The liquor store (series 9)license is a "quota" license available only through the Arizona Liquor License Lotteryor for purchase on the open market. Once issued, the liquor store (series 9)license allows a spirituous liquor store retailer to sell all spirituous liquors, only in the original unbroken package, to be taken away from the premises of the retailer and consumed off the premises (off-sale). A retail licensee with off-sale privileges may deliver spirituous liquor off of the licensed premises in connection with a retail sale. Payment must be made no later than the time of delivery.

Beer and Wine Store (Series 10)

  • An off-sale retailer authorized to sell wine and beer in an original, unopened, container for consumption off the licensed premises, AND beer in to-go container that is sealed and labeled as described in A.R.S. §4-244(32). A.A.C. R19-1-101(A)(4)

Restaurant (Series 12)

  • ​This non-transferable, on-sale retail privileges liquor license allows the holder of a restaurant license to sell and serve spirituous liquor solely for consumption on the premises of an establishment which derives at least forty percent (40%) of its gross revenue from the sale of food. Failure to meet the 40% food requirement shall result in revocation of the license.
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A restructuring of a licensee's business is neither an acquisition of control nor a transfer of a spirituous liquor license nor the issuance of a new spirituous liquor license if both of the following apply:

  1. All of the controlling persons of the licensee and the new business entity are identical.
  2. There is no change in control or beneficial ownership.
SPOT CHECKS

When a person other than the original licensee acquires control of a license or licensee, notice shall be filed with the department within 30-days after the acquisition, and the newly controlling person is subject to a background check. A.R.S. §4-203(F,H)

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EXTENSION OF PREMISES

Any change in the financial set-up of a business establishment which in any way results in a person directly or indirectly becoming a controlling person. Notify the department on a Restructure Application within 30-days after the change. A.R.S. §4-203(E,F,H), A.R.S. §4-209(A) and (F).

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