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Obtaining a liquor license is necessary for all establishments selling any alcoholic beverages. Liquor licensing in Oregon is a joint effort of the applicant, local authority (city or county), and the OLCC. The application process for a liquor license is thorough and comprehensive, and will require several kinds of documentation to ensure you meet state requirements.
Description of all License Types, Fees, and Requirements: License Types
licensees who join the Responsible Vendor Program and maintain all of
its requirements are eligible for reduced sanctions if their employees
sell alcohol to a minor or fail to properly check ID.
Responsible Vendor Program
Frequently Asked Questions for liquor licensing and permits.
Frequently Asked Questions
State and federal government agency contact information for OLCC licensing and alcohol-related business.
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