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How to Get a Liquor License in the State of California


The hospitality industry and tourism have always been vibrant in California, resulting in a consistently high demand for liquor licenses in popular destinations like Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Diego. The very first step is to find out which agency issues liquor licenses in California and what they can do for you.

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Chandigarh introduces price cap on IFL


The number of liquor vends have been decreased from 95 to 84 and licensing units will be auctioned by the excise department by employing e-tendering and auction system. In 10 liquor licensing units in Chandigarh, successful bidder can open more than one vend as specified in the Chandigarh’s excise policy 2024-25.


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Pernod Ricard Invests $217 Million in a New Indian Whisky Distillery

The Whiskey Wash

In July, their L-1 liquor license was rejected by the New Delhi High Court due to allegations of cartelization and money laundering. Regardless of these issues, the company’s investment in India appears to be a financially savvy move.

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This Week's Beer News: Good "Vibes" Only.

Guys Drinking Beer - Beer News

Owner Jeff Hoobler was elected to Highland Park’s city council last year (and is running again this year, as we noted in an email last week), and apparently the city has a restriction “that requires the denial of liquor licenses to ‘any law enforcing public official, or any member of the City Council.’”

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Love Detroit-Style Pizza? Thank the Auto Industry and an Old Speakeasy


Following the repeal of the 18th Amendment, Buddy’s acquired a legal liquor license and expanded its operation to be a full-fledged bar in 1936. But before its pies premiered in 1946, Buddy’s unofficially opened its doors as a “blind pig,” a low-end illegal bar that served alcohol while it was outlawed.

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Interview with Chef Yesenia Ramdass, founder of H A A M

Three Spirit

You’ve chosen not to have a liquor license - what informed that decision? Y: While we hold a beer/wine license, our commitment to diversity extends beyond our food menu and into our bar program. We’re delighted to be your featured NA cocktails. Ensuring inclusivity has always been a priority for our restaurant.

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America’s Fifth-Largest Pizza Chain Is a Midwestern Gas Station


Pizza aside, Casey’s is also the fourth-largest holder of liquor licenses in the U.S., Piled with sausage gravy, scrambled eggs, cheese, and bacon or sausage, the breakfast pizza was even the subject of fast-food controversy involving former presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke while on the campaign trail in 2019.