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Liquor License Applications And Renewals

Applying for a liquor license in the state of Colorado can be a daunting and complex process, but our experienced liquor licensing lawyers can assist you through the process of obtaining a liquor license.

Our liquor license attorneys handle all types of applications and renewals, including:

  • new liquor license applications
  • temporary permits for liquor
  • joint liquor licensing
  • transfers of ownership of a liquor license
  • liquor permits (for special events, wine tastings, storage, and delivery)

There are nineteen types of liquor licenses and permits in Colorado, including:

  • retail liquor store license
  • 3.2% Beer on premises liquor license
  • 3.2% Beer off premises liquor license
  • beer and wine liquor license
  • tavern liquor license
  • hotel and restaurant liquor license
  • special event permits
  • brew pub license
  • club liquor license (allows non-profits to serve liquor to members and their guests)

In Colorado, all liquor license applicants need to undergo a background investigation, which is typically conducted by the local government that will be issuing the liquor license. This background check includes: criminal history, previous liquor license violations, tax payment history, and ownership interests of the applicants.

Our attorneys can also assist with all types of modifications to liquor licenses and permits, including: modification of premise, change of location, manager registration, corporate structure changes, and trade name changes.

For more information about Colorado liquor applications, renewals, or permits, or to contact one of our liquor licensing lawyers, please call (303) 777-3737, or e-mail info@dillanddill.com.

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Our law office is located just south of downtown Denver, at 455 Sherman Street, Suite 300. Our attorneys can assist with liquor license application, renewals, and permits across the Denver metro area, including but not limited to: Golden, Lakewood, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills, Westminster, Commerce City, Thornton, Northglenn, Englewood, Littleton, Broomfield, Centennial, Glendale, Brighton, and Aurora. We also provide legal representation for clients throughout Colorado.