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  • Ten New Retail Liquor Locations Selected in Southern Oregon and Washington County

    Ten new retail liquor locations have been selected by the Commissioners of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission to sell distilled spirits in southern Oregon and Washington County. This addition will bring the total to 280 liquor stores statewide. 

  • Oregon Bottle Bill Expansion
    student_springbreak_0313.jpgAs of January 1, 2018, additional beverages are included as part of Oregon's Bottle Bill, which means they have a refund value of 10 cents per container (ORS 459A.702).

    Most beverages in bottles and cans that are sold in sealed glass, metal, and plastic sizes from 4 ounces up to 1.5 liters are included. Some of the common beverages that now have a 10-cent refund value are: Coffee, Tea, Kombucha, Energy Drinks, Sports Drinks, Hard Cider, and Juice. Soda, Beer, and Water continue to be included (3 liters or less in size).
     

    More on the 2018 Expansion

  • Go Legal!


    Go Legal! highlights the importance of marijuana consumers and industry members choosing to participate in the legal market by embracing a strong regulatory structure that supports public safety, the industry, and consumers. 

    To learn more, visit GoLegalOregon.com or connect via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.



  • OLCC Accepting Recreational Marijuana License Applications
    OLCC is now accepting applications for Recreational Marijuana Licenses. Prospective applicants are encouraged to use reference materials and tools available on this website to ensure their application is accurately submitted.

    Apply online here:
    https://apps.oregon.gov/OLCC/Marijuana/elicense
Consumer Resources OLCC Spotlight

Recreational Marijuana in Oregon
Limited amounts of recreational marijuana can now be purchased through Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries by adults 21 and older.
- Recreational Marijuana Administrative Rules 
       (Chapter 845 - Division 25)

- Oregon Revised Statutes
       (475B - Cannabis Regulations)

- Recreational Marijuana Licensing

- Recreational Marijuana Sales
         - Retail Sale Limits

- Educate Before You Recreate - whatslegaloregon.com

- Go Legal! See how Oregon's regulated marijuana industry is buildling a stronger market that benefits businesses, consumers, and the state. 

 

Search Liquor Stores & Distilled Spirits Online
Search www.oregonliquorsearch.com for distilled spirits by brand, category such as vodka or cognac, or by liquor store.

 

 

 

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Keeping alcohol out of the hands of minors is a priority for the OLCC. 
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Secretary of State IT Audit
 
**Eugene Office Moving in April 
As of April 9, 2018, the OLCC's Eugene office will be located at 1400 Executive Parkway, Ste. 410, Eugene, OR 97401. 
 
 
 
 
Retail Expansion
 
 
 
 
 


NEW
Cider Definition
House Bill 2159, effective Jan. 1, 2018, amended the definition of cider to include product up to 8.5% ABV. (Oregon Law Chapter 202)

 
 
 
2018 Bottle Bill Expansion
As of January 1, 2018, additional beverages will be included in Oregon’s Bottle Bill and will have a refund value of 10 cents per container (ORS 459A.702).

More on the 2018 Bottle Bill Expansion
 



Your Liquor Dollars Work for Oregon
Liquor revenue supports state, city, and county programs. These dollars help to fund education, law enforcement, public health programs and more.