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Distillery License Privileges (PDF)
Guide to Manufacturing and Wholesaling Distilled Spirits in Oregon This guide provides information on:
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) are adopted, repealed and amended by the Oregon legislature and signed into law by the Governor. Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) are implemented by the OLCC. These regulations are proposed by, adopted, repealed and amended by the OLCC.
OAR 845, Division 5
OAR 845, Division 6
No privilege tax bond requirement
In order for the OLCC to be able to accept your application packet, it must contain ALL of the following OLCC forms and information:
If you apply as a Corporation, LLC, Limited Partnership, or Franchise, you will need to complete the appropriate form below:
You can submit your application by email, mail or in person.
Note: Do not include any license fees at this time.
If you need help completing your application, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your local office.
OLCC Office Locations
Once the OLCC has determined that your application packet is complete and accurate, we will begin working on your application. We will then give you some documents to you take to the local government for their recommendation.
Contact your city or county to make sure you understand their process. They generally will not review your application until it is accepted by OLCC.
Training and Education Materials - Distillery license
A Special Event Distillery (SED) license allows an Oregon Distillery licensee to:
Fee: $10 per day Special Event Distillery (SED) Application
You will be working with the OLCC office that covers the city or county where your business will be located. If you need help completing your application, or have additional questions, please contact the office where you will be submitting your application packet. OLCC Office Locations
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