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Types of Licenses and Permits

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Find out more about Colorado State Liquor License Regulations and License Types by clicking on the link below:

Department of Revenue Website

Arts License


Permits qualifying non-profit corporations and municipalities to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to patrons of artistic and cultural performances for consumption on the premises in connection with such performances.

Art Gallery Permits


Permits complimentary alcohol beverage service by an Art Gallery whose primary business is to exhibit and offer for sale works of fine art. Alcohol beverage service is limited to fifteen days per year, and for no more than four hours per day.

Beer and Wine License


Permits the sale of malt and vinous liquors only to the public for consumption on the licensed premises.

Bed and Breakfast Permit


Allows complimentary alcohol beverages to be provided only to overnight guests during limited hours for consumption on the premises.

Brew Pub License


Allows sale and consumption on premises of malt, vinous and spirituous liquors, and permits the manufacture of malt liquor on the licensed premises. Malt liquor which is manufactured on licensed premises may be sold for consumption on the premises, sold to an independent wholesaler for distribution to other licensed retailers, or sold to the public in properly labeled sealed containers "to go."

Club License


Permits qualifying non-profit corporations to sell malt, vinous, or spirituous liquors to members and their guests for consumption on the premises.

Hotel and Restaurant


Permits restaurants, and hotels with restaurant facilities, to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to the public for consumption within the licensed premises.

Liquor Licensed Drugstore


Permits licensed drugstores to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to the public in sealed containers for consumption off the premises.

Mini Bar Permits


Allow a hotel and restaurant licensee (owner) who has a separate hotel facility, if located within 1,000 feet of its existing hotel and restaurant license, to establish mini bars in guest rooms at the hotel.

Optional Premises


Permits the sale on a licensed outdoor sports and recreational facility of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors by the drink to customers for consumption on the premises.

Public Transportation System License


Permits operators of a public transportation system to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to the public for consumption on the conveyances, cars, or planes of the system, or in private club rooms in airports or airport concourses.

Race Track


Permits racetracks with pari-mutuel wagering to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors to customers for consumption on the premises.

Retail Gaming Tavern License


Allows sale of malt, vinous and spirituous liquor by the drink for consumption on the premises.

Retail Liquor Store License


Permits the sale to the public of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors in sealed containers for consumption off the premises.

Special Event Permits


What: A Special Event Permit authorizes the sale of alcohol beverages by the drink to the public.
Who: Those who qualify for Special Event Permits may or may not currently have a liquor license and must be one of the following: Organizations that are not for profit and have been incorporated pursuant to Colorado law for purposes of a social, fraternal, patriotic, political, or athletic nature, A regularly chartered branch, lodge or chapter of a national organization or society organized for such purposes, which is non-profit, An organization which is a regularly established religious or philanthropic institution, A political candidate who has filed the necessary reports with the Colorado Secretary of State, A municipality owning arts facilities at which productions of an artistic or cultural nature are held.

Tavern License


Permits the sale to the public of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors for consumption on the premises.

Vintner's Restaurant License


May be issued to a person operating a vintner's restaurant and also selling malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors in the place where such liquors are to be consumed. During the hours established in section 44-3-901(6)(b), vinous liquors manufactured by a vintner's restaurant licensee on the licensed premises may be furnished for consumption on the premises, sold to independent wholesalers for distribution to licensed retailers, sold to the public in sealed containers for off-premises consumption. Only vinous liquors fermented, manufactured, and packaged on the premises by the licensee shall be sold in sealed containers, sold at wholesale to licensed retailers in an amount up to fifty thousand gallons per calendar year.

Lodging & Entertainment License

 
A lodging and entertainment license may be issued to a lodging and entertainment facility selling alcohol beverages by the drink only to customers for consumption on the premises. A lodging and entertainment facility licensee shall have sandwiches and light snacks available for consumption on the premises during business hours but need not have meals available for consumption.

More information about types of Liquor Licenses can be found on the Colorado Department of Revenue website, or call us at (970) 547-3127 or email websiteclerk@townofbreckenridge.com.