Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Oregon OLCC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery For the duration of the ban on on-premise sales, full On-Premises Sales licensees do not need to meet the food service requirements of the license in order to sell malt beverages, wine, or cider for off-premises consumption. Full On-Premises Sales licensees may sell malt beverages, wine, and cider in crowlers or growlers for consumption off the licensed premises (takeout only). They may also obtain an Off-Premises Sales license and sell factory-sealed containers (bottles and cans) or securely-covered containers (crowlers and growlers) for consumption[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the California ABC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Off-premises sale of manufacturer-sealed containers. Licensees with on-sale privileges may sell the alcoholic beverages permitted by their license type for off-sale consumption, in manufacturer pre-packaged containers, regardless of any condition on their license to the contrary and regardless of the statutory prohibition against on-sale licensees selling distilled spirits for off-sale consumption. Off-premises sale of restaurant-sealed containers. Restaurants may sell beer, wine, and pre-mixed drinks or cocktails for consumption off the licensed premises in conjunction with meals prepared for pick-up or delivery. Any such[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Oregon OLCC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery For the duration of the ban on on-premise sales, full On-Premises Sales licensees do not need to meet the food service requirements of the license in order to sell malt beverages, wine, or cider for off-premises consumption. Full On-Premises Sales licensees may sell malt beverages, wine, and cider in crowlers or growlers for consumption off the licensed premises (takeout only). They may also obtain an Off-Premises Sales license and sell factory-sealed containers (bottles and cans) or securely-covered containers (crowlers and growlers) for consumption[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Bars, restaurants, and other alcohol retailers holding class “C” liquor licenses are allowed to sell alcoholic liquor and wine in original, unopened containers for carry-out, curb-side pickup, drive-through, or home delivery without obtaining an additional license, permit, or privilege. Class “C” liquor licensees already have the authority to sell beer in original, unopened containers for off-premises consumption.  Breweries, brewpubs and beer retailers may fill and sell growlers or crowlers of beer to-go without requiring an in-person sales transaction; growlers/crowlers can be filled at the time that a telephone or online order is placed and payment[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery Bars, restaurants, and other alcohol retailers holding class “C” liquor licenses are allowed to sell alcoholic liquor and wine in original, unopened containers for carry-out, curb-side pickup, drive-through, or home delivery without obtaining an additional license, permit, or privilege. Class “C” liquor licensees already have the authority to sell beer in original, unopened containers for off-premises consumption.  Breweries, brewpubs and beer retailers may fill and sell growlers or crowlers of beer to-go without requiring an in-person sales transaction; growlers/crowlers can be filled at the time that a telephone or online order is placed and payment[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Mississippi ABC: 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery In response to Governor Reeves’ declaration of a state of emergency due to COVID-19, the Department of Revenue has enacted a temporary amendment to Title 35, Part II, Subpart 2, Chapter 3 of the Mississippi Administrative Code. This amendment will allow customers to submit orders and pay liquor retailers by telephone or internet, and allow liquor retailers to provide on-premises curbside delivery. [Update entitled “Telephone/Internet Liquor Order & Curbside Delivery,” posted on the MS Department of Revenue website March 17, 2020.] Currently, ABC[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. No special relief was offered to New Mexico licensees. When bars and restaurants were required to cease on-premise operations effective March 19, 2020, they were allowed to take and fulfill “to-go” orders for food, but not for alcohol, beer or spirits. Initially off-premises (“package”) sales were still permitted from package liquor stores, brewpubs and wineries, but a Department of Health Emergency Order issued April 6, 2020 declared retail off-premises (package) liquor stores non-essential and required them to cease all retail operations immediately. The ABC offered full dispenser licensees with off-premise privileges the ability to temporarily modify their license floor plans[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The South Dakota governor issued Executive Order 2020-08 on March 23, 2020, in which she encouraged South Dakota retailers, specifically including bars, restaurants, breweries, cafes, and casinos, to offer take-out, delivery, drive-through, and curbside services. Subsequently, the South Dakota Department of Revenue created a COVID-19 FAQ page on which the following information is available: The only licensees that may deliver alcohol outside of the licensed premises are off-sale package liquor licensees (PL) that also have an off-sale delivery license (PD). The following licensees may sell the alcohol they are authorized to sell for off-premises consumption: On/Off-Sale Malt Beverage and South[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Off-Premise Sales by Restaurants On March 18, 2020, the WV Governor directed all bars and restaurants to cease all on-premises consumption of food or drink or occupancy of their licensed premises, other than picking up food or drink for take-away orders only. Under existing WV laws and regulations, all on-premise licensees (all taverns, all private clubs including fraternal licensees, and private wine restaurants licensed for beer sales) have the license privilege of selling nonintoxicating beer at retail with take-away food orders for consumption off the licensed premises. The sale of beer for off-premises consumption may be made only in[…]

Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. The following regulatory relief measures have been announced by the Maine Bureau of Alcohol Beverages and Lottery Operations (BABLO): 17.7.1 Curbside Sales and Delivery All restaurants and bars were required to close their dine-in facilities effective March 18, 2020 by the Maine Governor’s Executive Order 18 issued that day. The order stated that restaurants and bars that offer carry-out, delivery, and drive-through food and beverage service may continue to do so but eating and drinking inside restaurants and bars was temporarily prohibited. BABLO issued a memo to all industry members the same day, clarifying that the Executive Order permits the[…]