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Alcoholic Beverages Permits and Renewals


General Information

Alcoholic Beverages Permits and Renewals


This information is provided to assist individuals interested in obtaining or renewing a Texas alcoholic beverage license. Permits and regulation is provided through the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC).
 

HOW DOES MY APPLICATION GET PROCESSED?
New applications must be processed by the TABC.
 

 

 

WHEN DO I GET MY PERMIT?
Once TABC has completely processed your application you will receive, by mail, the original permit which must be displayed in plain view on the premises selling the alcohol beverages.

 

 

WHAT IS THE COST OF THE PERMIT?
The type of permit you are getting determines the amount of cost so please contact TABC at (512) 451-0231.

 

 

HOW DOES MY NEW PERMIT APPLICATION OR MY RENEWAL GET PROCESSED?
An application for a new permit and renewals must be processed by TABC. The County will send an invoice for the County fees once you renew with TABC.

 


Beer and Wine Renewals

 

 

 

WHEN CAN I RENEW A BEER & WINE PERMIT?
This type of permit cannot be renewed more than 30 days in advance of the expiration date. A late fee in the amount of $100 will be added if you renew between the 1st and 30th day following the renew date.

 

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DO NOT RENEW A PERMIT?
If you fail to renew your permit within 30 days following your expiration date, then you will be required to cease selling alcoholic beverages and you must re-file an application with TABC.

 


 

Alcoholic Beverage Permits

 

 

Applications are obtained from and processed by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. You can either send a written request or print an application from their website.  More information on alcoholic beverage permits here.

 


Permits

State TABC Office:
P.O. Box 13127
Austin, TX 78711
www.tabc.state.tx.us

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