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TOPIC: Brewery alcohol sales

Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #1

Hi, I was wondering if a brewery could apply for a licence to sell their beer at a festival or the like.
I know you have to have an existing licence to sell alcohol to apply for this type of licence.
Thanks

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Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #2

You'd need to extend a pub licence. Neither a manufacturer's licence nor even a new taproom licence would allow this

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Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #3

I figured it wouldn't be that easy.
I suppose you could give someone with a licence a few quid to use it?

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Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #4

"Yenren":25b7hzoj wrote: I figured it wouldn't be that easy.
I suppose you could give someone with a licence a few quid to use it?[/quote:25b7hzoj]
Basically, someone with an on-sales license would have to transfer it, meaning that the premises that the license was transferred from would be prohibited from selling alcohol until it was transferred back.

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Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #5

"andrew":1gclf2qj wrote:

"Yenren":1gclf2qj wrote: I figured it wouldn't be that easy.
I suppose you could give someone with a licence a few quid to use it?[/quote:1gclf2qj]
Basically, someone with an on-sales license would have to transfer it, meaning that the premises that the license was transferred from would be prohibited from selling alcohol until it was transferred back.[/quote:1gclf2qj]

It doesn't work that way. The existing licence is "extended" to cover the event, meaning both can serve alcohol.

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Brewery alcohol sales 1 year 8 months ago #6

"Tube":3uub5gkh wrote:

"andrew":3uub5gkh wrote:

"Yenren":3uub5gkh wrote: I figured it wouldn't be that easy.
I suppose you could give someone with a licence a few quid to use it?[/quote:3uub5gkh]
Basically, someone with an on-sales license would have to transfer it, meaning that the premises that the license was transferred from would be prohibited from selling alcohol until it was transferred back.[/quote:3uub5gkh]

It doesn't work that way. The existing licence is "extended" to cover the event, meaning both can serve alcohol.[/quote:3uub5gkh]


Yes, Tube is right. A bit more than giving someone with a licence a few quid too. You'll need to go to court to apply for the transfer

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