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Alcohol License Types

Beer License For Bars/Clubs - Online Application

Alcohol Type: Beer
License: BE with BL Late Hours Permit (to remain open between midnight and 2:00 am)
Consumption: On-Premise
Food & Beverage Certificate (Restaurant): NO
Conduct Surety Bond: Usually required, cost included in estimate.
Tax Bond: Usually required, cost included in estimate.

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Beer & Wine License For Bars/Clubs - Online Application

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Mixed Beverage Permit For Bars/Clubs - Online Application

Alcohol Type: Liquor, Beer & Wine.
Permit: MB with MB Late Hours Permit (to remain open between midnight and 2:00 am)
Consumption: On-Premise
Food & Beverage Certificate (Restaurant): NO
Conduct Surety Bond: Usually required.
Tax Bond: Usually required.
County: Requires waiver from County Judge (coordinated by Texas Alcohol Licensing).

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Beer & Wine License For Restaurants - Online Application

Alcohol Type: Beer/Wine.
License: BG with or without a BL Late Hours Permit
Consumption: On-Premise
Food & Beverage Certificate (Restaurant): YES
Conduct Surety Bond: Not typically required.
Tax Bond: Not typically required.
County: Requires hearing with County Judge (coordinated by Texas Alcohol Licensing).

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Mixed Drinks License For Restaurants - Online Application

Alcohol Type: Liquor, Beer & Wine.
Permit: MB with or without MB Late Hours Permit
Consumption: On-Premise
Food & Beverage Certificate (Restaurant): YES
Conduct Surety Bond: Unlikely to be required.
Tax Bond: Usually required.
County: Requires waiver from County Judge (coordinated by Texas Alcohol Licensing).

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Notice

Permit/s not available in all cities and counties. One year Texas residency requirement applies. No Felony convictions in the past 5 years, including time served and probation. If you need to discuss permit availability for your address, Texas residency or other issues, please contact us at (713) 812-1600.

Professional permit services by Texas Alcohol Licensing include drafting and review of all application documents including personal history affidavit, coordination of conduct surety and/or tax bonds if required, review of TABC comments/requests and drafting of all supplementary affidavits, formation of business entities (excluding actual secretary of state filing fee/s), unlimited client consultation, research and complete filing instructions. Texas Alcohol Licensing is a professional licensing service and not affiliated with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.

  
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