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Do I need a LIQUOR LICENSE or SERVICE PERMIT?license or service permit
A LIQUOR LICENSE is needed if you or your business sells, manufactures, imports, or distributes alcohol in Oregon.

An ALCOHOL SERVICE PERMIT is primarily for those who mix, serve, or sell alcohol, such as waitstaff, bartenders, or managers.
The Process of Getting a Liquor License The process of getting a liquor license

 

 

OLCC OfficesOLCC Offices 
Contact the local OLCC office where your licensed business will be located.
ResourcesForms, Publications and Signs
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Delivery & Curbside Pickup for Malt Beverages, Wine, & Cider
OLCC is now prioritizing the application process for existing Limited On-Premises Sales and Full On-Premises sales licensees to start selling malt beverages, wine and cider to go. Licensees can apply for a 90-day Authority to Operate with an Off-Premises Sales License. This streamlined process will be entirely online.
Guide to Delivering Alcohol to Consumers in Oregon


 
Apply for a Liquor LicenseApply for a Liquor License 
If you know which type of liquor license you want to apply for, click here for applications, forms and instructions.
Special Event LicensingSpecial Event Licensing
Special Event licenses allow licensed businesses, individuals, or groups, to sell and serve alcohol at a special event. Get help on licensing your event, or using your annual liquor license for special events.
Make Changes to Your Licensed BusinessMake Changes to Your Licensed Business
Do you want to make changes to the environment of your licensed business (change hours of operation, minor posting, entertainment, expanding the licensed area)? 
Make Changes to Your Business 
         *Reopening Oregon* - Make Changes to Your Business: The OLCC has streamlined the process for modifying or expanding your licensed premise to accommodate social distancing requirements Go here for more information.
For Businesses Outside of Oregonglobe 
Certain permits may be required for out-of-state producers and sellers of wine, cider, malt beverages, or distilled spirits.