Apply for a Non-Beverage Permit
Prerequisites to Obtain a Non-Beverage Permit:
The Non-Beverage permit allows a one-time purchase of alcohol or wine. The applicant must be a:
- Other institution caring for the sick
The purchase of alcohol or wine must be used for:
- Medicinal purposes
If you are purchasing alcohol or wine as a manufacturing ingredient, or for any other reason, you must make application for a Non-Beverage User License.
The permit holder must purchase alcohol or wine from a manufacturer, distributor, microbrewery or farm winery. At the time of purchase, they must provide two copies of their permit to the seller. Within 10 days of the purchase, the permit holder attaches a copy of their invoice to their original permit then returns it to the ABC. Additional purchases require a new permit.
Applying for a Non-Beverage Permit:
The following document and fee is required to obtain a new Non-Beverage Permit:
- Non-Beverage Permit Application and Agreement (ABC-835) (Rev. 07/12)
- $2 Permit fee
Taxes on the Alcohol or Wine Purchased:
Tax is not imposed on purchases of alcohol or wine by a Non-Beverage Permit holder.
Reporting the Alcohol or Wine Purchased:
Within 10 days of the purchase, Non-Beverage Permit Holders must attach a copy of their invoice to the original permit and return it to the ABC.