Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Liquor Stores Liquor stores, which were classified as non-essential businesses, were closed in accordance with the Governor’s Emergency Directive 003 issued March 20, 2020. Emergency Directive 016 issued April 29, 2020 allowed non-essential businesses including liquor stores to resume retail sales on a curbside or home delivery basis only. 17.7.2 Restaurants in Washoe County (Sparks and Reno) Businesses with an on-premise or off-premise alcohol license may sell packaged alcohol (in prepackaged containers from a licensed manufacturer) for off-site consumption. If the alcohol is sold with meals, food and beverages may be provided on a take-out, curbside pickup, delivery, or[…]
Department of Taxation Liquor Division 1550 College Parkway, Suite 115 Carson City, Nevada 89706-7921 775-684-2000 (phone) 775-684-2020 (fax) https://tax.nv.gov/ Secretary of State Nevada State Capitol Building 101 North Carson Street, Suite 3 Carson City, Nevada 89701 775-684-5708 (phone) 775-684-5725 (fax) http://www.nvsos.gov/ Links for Further Research NV Alcoholic Beverage Control Statutes NV Alcoholic Beverage Control Regulations
Permitted. Proof of purchase may be required.
15.16.1 Entertainment of Retailers Nevada statutes and regulations are silent on this subject. Therefore, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines and your company policy should apply.
Federal regulations apply. Refer to Title 27 CFR Part 6.99 of the federal regulations for specific details.