The cure for what ales you
Get the knowledge you need to guide your clients through the ins and outs of alcohol beverage regulations. You’ll start with an introduction to licensing, jurisdictions, and regulatory authorities as you explore the three tier system. Then you’ll dive deeper into common considerations and more complex issues.
Special Agents from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Unit will present a lively overview of their role and the licenses around the state. They’ll also provide insight into common violations and issues in online sales, hours of operation, and inspections. You’ll also take a look at regulations specific to distributors, when and who needs a license, and what to do in the event of a suspension, revocation, or non-renewal of a license.
Discuss the essentials of the application process with those who review them and have seen it all. This knowledgeable panel will help you gain perspective as they share their collective experiences and provide practical approaches to licensing that you can put to use right away.
The business of booze
The number of “Class B” (liquor and beer to be consumed on premise) licenses available to a municipality is based on population. This means businesses may find themselves “fighting” over a small number of available licenses, or scrambling to scoop up those made available when businesses close or relocate.
Explore special considerations for real estate and business transactions involving liquor licenses and transferability. Register now!