Alcoholic Beverage Control - Special Provisions Relating to Beer - License fees


Published: 2017-05-19

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§ 56. License fees. 1. The annual fee for a license to manufacture
beer shall be:

(a) four thousand dollars for a brewer's license, unless the annual
production of the brewer is less than seventy-five thousand barrels per
year, in which case the annual fee shall be three hundred twenty
dollars;

(b) three hundred twenty dollars for a farm brewery license.

2. The annual fee for a wholesaler's beer license shall be eight
hundred dollars.

3. The annual fee for a vendor's license shall be one hundred
forty-four dollars.

4. The annual fee for a license to sell beer at retail not to be
consumed on the premises where sold shall be one hundred ten dollars.
Where, however, the applicant is the holder of two such licenses, the
annual fee for each additional license thereafter issued to such
licensee shall be double the amount hereinabove set forth.

5. The annual fee for a license to sell beer at retail to be consumed
on the premises where sold shall be three hundred twenty dollars in
cities having a population of one hundred thousand or over, and one
hundred sixty dollars elsewhere; provided, however, that where the
premises to be licensed remain open only within the period commencing
April first and ending October thirty-first of any one year or only
within the period commencing October first and ending the following
April thirtieth, the liquor authority, in its discretion, may grant a
summer or winter license effective only for such appropriate period of
time, for which an annual fee of one hundred sixty dollars shall be paid
where the premises are located in cities having a population of one
hundred thousand or over, and eighty dollars where such premises are
located elsewhere.

6. The annual fee for selling beer upon any railroad car to be
consumed on such car or any car connected therewith shall be ninety-six
dollars for each railroad car licensed.

7. The annual fee for selling beer upon any vessel in this state,
other than one regularly and exclusively engaged in the business of
carrying passengers for hire, by charter or otherwise, for fishing
purposes, to be consumed on such vessel, shall be one hundred sixty
dollars for each vessel licensed. The annual fee for selling beer upon a
vessel regularly and exclusively engaged in the business of carrying
passengers for hire, by charter or otherwise, for fishing purposes, to
be consumed on such vessel, shall be forty dollars for each vessel
licensed. The annual fee for selling beer for off-premise consumption
upon a vessel regularly and exclusively engaged, as a duly licensed
supply ship, in furnishing supplies to other vessels, shall be eighty
dollars.

8. The annual fee for selling beer at any baseball park, race track or
outdoor athletic field or stadium, to be consumed in any such baseball
park, race track, or outdoor athletic field or stadium, shall be one
hundred ninety-two dollars.

9. The annual fee for a license to sell beer and wine products at
retail not to be consumed on the premises where sold shall be one
hundred ninety-eight dollars.

10. The annual fee for a license to sell beer and wine products at
retail not to be consumed on the premises where sold, when the applicant
is the holder of two such licenses, the annual fee for each additional
license thereafter issued to such licensee shall be three hundred
fifty-two dollars.

11. The annual fee for a license to operate a custom beermakers'
center shall be three hundred twenty dollars.