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If the Department of Revenue has placed a hold on your license renewal, our office will require a release before your license is renewed. To obtain a release contact Department of Revenue at (502) 564-4921.Once the tax hold is released by the Department of Revenue, you must complete renewal online with full payment before the annual renewal term ends.A license holder who does not renew or attempt to renew by thirty (30) days after expiration will not be permitted to renew later and must instead apply for a new license. 804 KAR 4:390.
If the license holder has not yet closed its business, it may sell its alcoholic beverage inventory to the public as long as it does not sell the inventory for below cost. If the license holder has multiple business locations and intends to close one, it may request Department approval to transfer the inventory from the closing location to one that will stay in operation. KRS 243.540(3)(c). If the business is closed, it may request Department approval to sell the inventory to another license holder who wishes to purchase the inventory.A request to transfer or sell inventory may be mailed to the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, 500 Mero Street 2NE33, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, or emailed to email@example.com.
No. Caterers can only sell alcoholic beverages by the drink, not by the package. KRS 243.033. As such, caterers cannot allow attendees to leave a catered event with bottles/packages of distilled spirits, wine, or malt beverages to take home.
State law permits alcohol sales on any election day. A county or city has authority to enact a local ordinance that prohibits alcohol sales while election polls are open. KRS 244.290, KRS 244.480. It is the responsibility of the license holder to know, and comply with, any Election Day ordinance restrictions. A list of local ABC Administrators and some ordinance information can be found at: Local Information.
Normally no. The state default end time for alcohol sales is midnight. KRS 244.290, KRS 244.480 Daylight savings time ends at 2:00 a.m. on the first Sunday of November. As such, at 2:00 a.m., clocks are set back to 1:00 a.m. Since this occurs after midnight, it has no effect on the state default sales end time. If a local ordinance permits a license holder to sell alcoholic beverages until, or after, 2:00 a.m., the license holder will gain an additional hour of sales.
No. It is a crime for a business without a license to give alcoholic beverages to a person. KRS 243.020(1), KRS 243.990. It is a crime for a person to drink alcoholic beverages in an unlicensed public place. KRS 222.202(2), KRS 222.990. It is a crime for an unlicensed public business to allow persons to sell, give away or drink alcoholic beverages inside the business. KRS 243.020(3), KRS 243.990.Businesses with an ABC license:Generally no. A licensee cannot give away alcoholic beverages for free. KRS 244.050.A retailer holding a sampling license is permitted to give one (1) ounce of distilled spirits samples per day and six (6) ounces of wine samples per day to a consumer. Free malt beverage samples are prohibited. KRS 243.0307(2).A distillery holding a sampling license is permitted to give one and three-fourths (1) ounces of distilled spirits samples per day to a visitor. KRS 243.0305(7). A brewery in a wet territory is permitted to give sixteen (16) ounces of malt beverage samples per day to a visitor. KRS 243.150(5).A microbrewery is permitted to give sixteen (16) ounces of malt beverage samples per day to a visitor. KRS 243.157(1).A small farm winery in a wet/moist territory is permitted to give six (6) ounces of wine samples per day to a visitor. KRS 243.155(2).
Yes. All retail licenses allow the holder to sell alcoholic beverages to consumers. An auction is a form of a contract to sell (offer to sell to highest bidder, acceptance of offer by seller, and exchange of consideration). It is not gambling and therefore not prohibited. The lowest bid accepted cannot be lower than the wholesale cost of the alcoholic beverages. KRS 244.050.
No, unless the charity or nonprofit organization obtains a special temporary alcoholic beverage auction license. If a charity or nonprofit organization obtains a special temporary alcoholic beverage auction license, it may auction or raffle alcoholic beverages as a fundraiser. KRS 243.036.
No, unless the charity or nonprofit organization obtains a special temporary alcoholic beverage auction license. Manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers and any other persons are only permitted to donate alcoholic beverages to a charity or nonprofit organization that holds a special temporary alcoholic beverage auction license. KRS 243.036.
Yes. Stills are regularly used by various industries to distill water, petroleum, and other non-alcoholic beverage liquids for commercial purposes. For that reason, possession of a still is not illegal per se. A still only becomes an illegal apparatus when it is used to distill alcoholic beverages without appropriate licensure. KRS 244.170.Still displays and demonstrations using water for educational purposes are permitted since there is no criminal intent to make distilled spirits illegally.
It depends. Restaurants generally hold three (3) types of licenses: (1) Non-quota Type 2 (NQ2) retail drink licenses; (2) Limited Restaurant (LR) licenses; and (3) Quota Retail Drink (QD) licenses.There is no requirement for restaurants holding NQ2 or QD licenses to sell food at all times. KRS 243.084(1)(b). A restaurant holding a NQ2 license is simply required to demonstrate that their prepared food receipts are at least 50% of their total net or gross and alcoholic beverage receipts. KRS 241.010(5). If a restaurant holding a QD license permits minors on the premises, it is also required to demonstrate that its prepared food receipts are at least 50% of their total net or gross and alcoholic beverage receipts. KRS 244.085(5); KRS 241.010(5).However, restaurants holding LR licenses with seating for only fifty (50) persons may not sell alcoholic beverages unless food is being served. KRS 243.034(4). LR restaurants are also required to demonstrate that their prepared food receipts are at least 70% of their total food and alcoholic beverage receipts. KRS 241.010(35), KRS 242.1244. Although confusing, restaurants holding LR licenses with seating for one hundred (100) persons are not required to sell food at all times.
Yes. A distillery, winery, or brewery may be located in a dry territory for production purposes. Produced alcoholic beverages must be transported to other parts of the state, or out-of-state, where alcoholic beverages can be lawfully sold. KRS 242.250(3).A distillery, winery, or brewery located in a dry territory cannot sell alcoholic beverage drinks or packages to consumers visiting the premises. KRS 242.230(1).A precinct in a dry territory can have a moist local option election to permit alcoholic beverage drinks or packages to consumers visiting: (1) a small farm winery in the precinct (KRS 242.124); or (2) a distillery in the precinct. KRS 242.1243.
No. A distillery in dry territory is not be permitted to have souvenir package sales under KRS 243.0305, or obtain a sampling license under KRS 243.0307. However, a precinct in a dry territory can have a moist local option election to permit distilleries in the precinct to sell alcoholic beverage samples, drinks or souvenir packages to consumers visiting the distillery. KRS 242.1243.
A landlord may make a written request to the Department to sell or destroy abandoned alcoholic beverage inventory in its possession, custody, or control. The written request must be made at least twenty (20) days prior to any sale or destruction and provide:(1) the licensee purchasing the inventory or the business to destroy it; (2) proposed date of the sale or destruction; and (3) quantity, types, brands of alcohol to be sold or destroyed. KRS 243.540(5).If approved by the Department, the landlord must notify the Department that the inventory was sold or destroyed within five (5) days of the sale or destruction.The Department has no authority to resolve contract disputes between a landlord and tenant. For this reason, the Department will not approve requests if the landlord evicts, claims a lien on inventory, or refuses to allow licensee to get inventory because of a lease or other dispute. 041b061a72