A Class D liquor licence is for the sale of liquor that people will consume in another location. e.g., purchased from a liquor store or hotel off-premises.Steps in this section
Retail liquor store
A facility that sells liquor to the public or other liquor licensees.
General merchandise liquor store
A facility that sells liquor to the public or other liquor licensees; a general merchandise liquor store may also sell non-liquor-related items.
A facility that makes and sells alcohol to the public or to special event liquor licensees; the liquor is not consumed on-site.
An area within a hotel that sells liquor to the public or to other liquor licensees; liquor is for off-site consumption and the hotel must have a Class A licence.
To deliver liquor from a retail liquor store to another location for consumption.
To provide liquor service at a private or public event.
A church supply business that buys, stores and sells sacramental wine.
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To request access to liquor agency price changes that AGLC publishes, complete the Internet Account Request Form.