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A liquor license is needed at special events where:
A liquor license is not needed at special events where:
Fact Sheet: Recreational Marijuana - Consumption, Gifting, and Giveaways Letter to LicenseesAs of July 1, 2015, recreational marijuana became legal in Oregon. There are limits to the law; marijuana is not allowed to be consumed in a public place.
Measure 91 defines a public place as a general place where the public has access. This includes all special events with OLCC licenses.
Please be aware that as a licensee, you could be subject to administrative sanctions for allowing public consumption of marijuana at your licensed premises.
If you need further clarification of a public place, please call 503-872-6366.
A Temporary Sales License allows the sale of distilled sprits, malt beverages, wine, and cider for drinking within a licensed area. It also allows for the sale of manufacturer-sealed containers of malt beverages, wine, and cider, for drinking off-site of the licensed area. Forms
If you have an annual liquor license, please select your license type:
Auctioning and raffling alcohol are considered both a sale of alcohol and offering alcohol as a prize. A nonprofit or charitable organization registered as such with the State of Oregon may obtain written approval from the OLCC to conduct an auction or raffle without a license to sell factory-sealed containers of wine, malt beverage (beer), cider, and distilled liquor also commonly known as distilled spirits, hard liquor, and hard alcohol) for consumption off the event premises. Auction and Raffle Application and Information
Fact Sheet: Factors Used to Assess Special Event License Applications
Please contact the OLCC office that covers the city or county where your event will be located. OLCC Office Locations
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