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Recent Changes to Alcohol Carryout Sales

Delivery Service License


A license for an establishment that is retained by a licensed retailer to deliver alcoholic beverages and beer.

You can apply for this license using RLPS.

1.       At least half of delivery sales on a dollar basis must be from the sale of food or other retail items.

2.       All alcoholic beverages and beer for delivery must be purchased from an off-premise licensee pursuant to an agreement between the delivery service licensee and off-premise licensee.

3.      The delivery service must conduct, or have a third party conduct, a criminal background check for each delivery employee or independent contractor.

4.      The delivery service must file an annual report with the TABC stating the number of delivery drivers used, and must maintain records of background checks and drivers licenses for delivery employees or independent contractors.

1.      Pursuant to the Fresh Start Act, no person having an interest in a Delivery Service license may have been convicted of a crime which directly relates to the business of alcoholic beverage sales.

2.       Applicant must be 21 years or older.

3.       A delivery service may not charge a delivery customer a price of the alcoholic beverages or beer, greater than that of the package store from which the alcoholic beverages or beer are purchased.

Are you ready to apply for your license?

  1. Deed / Lease
  2. Business license issue by local Jurisdiction
  3. Sales and Use Tax issued by Dept. of Revenue
  4. Proof of Insurance coverage of Drivers
  5. Retail Agreements
  6. Government Issued IDs as specified in the application process (Click here for more information)
  1. Proof of Insurance coverage of Drivers
  2. Retail Agreements
  3. Deed/Lease