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Each premises and situation for which a liquor licence is required is unique. A specific type of licence is therefore required for each situation or premises.
Here follows the types of liquor licenses that can be applied for:
This licence is granted to those who want to transfer liquor from one entity to another, or one premise to the next.
This is a licence granted specifically for the sale of liquor for consumption on the specific premises where the liquor is sold, for example restaurants.
This licence is granted for special premises’ where liquor is sold to be consumed on the premises where the liquor is sold. Examples of such premises’ are pubs, hotels, clubs, franchises, action bars, pool lounges, cocktail Lounges, accommodation facilities, sport facilities (incl. Indoor), coffee shops, wine boutiques, night clubs, theatres, taverns, party busses and floating vessels.
A temporary liquor licence is issues for a short period of time only, and only to an applicant that meets the necessary criteria.
An occasional liquor license is al licence that is granted for an event when it cannot be covered by any other licence. An occasional liquor licence allows for liquor to be sold to people attending an event.
Events liquor licenses refers to a licence granted for an event.
This licence is granted to a premises where wine is sold.
This is a licence granted for the sale of liquor for consumption off the premises where it is sold. These premises include liquor store, distribution, wholesale entities.
A licence granted to producers of liquor, such as wine farmers, distillers, and brew houses.
How to apply for a liquor licence of any nature is subject to the province you find yourself in. The Liquor Licence Concept will administrate the application for any type of liquor license, in any South African province.