Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

Local News

July 31, 2013

Alcohol ordinance passes


July 31, 2013 —

Once the intent to apply for a license, the public has 30 days to address concerns and complaints to the State ABC board before the license can be approved.

Types of licenses:

There are many different types of alcohol licenses that will be available in Grayson, which range in price from $100 to $3,000 per year. Some of the most common will be:

Quota retail package license: A “liquor store”- sells liquor and wine.

Non-quota type 2: Restaurants in which beer, wine, and liquor can be sold by the drink. This also applies to hotels and motels with 50 or more sleeping units.*

Non-quota type 3: Private clubs that have been in existence one year or more prior to the application.*

Non-quota type 4: Sells beer, no seating or food restrictions as with non-quota 2.

Special Sunday retail drink license- can be issued to anyone who holds a Non -quota type 2 license.*

Caterer’s license: a supplementary license for establishments that already hold a license, in order to transport, sell, serve, and deliver beer, wine, and liquor by the drink at other locations. *

Non-quota retail malt beverage package license: beer sold at gas stations and convenience stores.*

Limited restaurant license: Can sell beer, wine and liquor- restaurant must have 70 percent of gross sales in food. *

*All licenses have extensive requirements, regulations and restrictions, and can be found on page D-4.

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