DBPR to issue 62 additional alcoholic beverage licenses | New


IN THE STATE – The Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco Division of the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) has released the results of its public draw for the alcoholic beverage quota licenses available from the period of entry 2020.

For the 2020 entry period, 23,655 entries were deemed qualified for the draw entry and 62 quota alcoholic beverage licenses were determined to be available for issuance in 30 counties, including Brevard counties, St. Lucia. and Volusia.

The 62 selected participants now have 45 days to apply for a license in the county where they were selected.

The results of the draw are now available on the Division’s Licensing and Quota Drawings website at – http://www.myfloridalicense.com/DBPR/alcoolique-beverages-and-tobacco/quota-license-information/#1494363594127-037e07fd-2d8a.

Quota alcoholic beverage licenses authorize the licensee to sell beer, wine and distilled spirits, either for package sale or for consumption on the licensed premises, depending on the license series. chosen.

Florida’s beverage law limits the total number of quota-based alcoholic beverage licenses based on county population estimates. The Division cannot issue more than one permit per 7,500 inhabitants of a county.

Each year, the Division analyzes the demographics of Florida’s 67 counties and, based on available licenses, initiates the drawing process.

The 2021 registration period for the annual draw process will open on Monday August 16.

More information on the number and location of licenses available for the 2021 entry period will be released before the entry period opens.

Interested parties are encouraged to monitor the information on the Division’s web page at – https://bit.ly/3haEbfW.


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