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  • Oregon's alcohol industry important to future economic growth
    Oregon's craft alcohol beverage industry is having a significant impact on the state's economy. According to the Oregon Craft Beverage Council, Oregon Breweries make up 6,500 jobs, Oregon Distilleries make up 350 jobs, and Oregon Wineries make up 13,500 jobs.

    “Oregon’s craft beverage industry creates thousands of jobs – literally from the ground up – starting with the fruits and grains grown here in Oregon all the way to the restaurants and special events where they’re served," says OLCC Chair Rob Patridge. "As policy makers, it’s imperative that we fully understand the industry that we’re regulating so that we can make the best informed decisions to encourage positive growth.”

    Economics of Oregon's Craft Beverage Industry
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Anyone who manufactures, distributes or sells alcoholic beverages in Oregon must have a liquor license.
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Oregon law requires you to have a service permit if you work at a business with a liquor license that allows customers to drink on the premises and you mix, serve, or sell alcohol in any manner.
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Keeping alcohol out of the hands of minors is a priority for the OLCC.
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