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Another one of the more common liquor licenses in California is the Type 21 license. If you’re planning on opening a liquor store, grocery store or convenience store in Orange County, you will need an Orange County Liquor License Type 21 if you intend to sell alcohol. Type 21 licenses are designated as off-premises licenses for the general sale of liquor, including packaged beer and wine. This type of Orange County liquor license does not allow for the sale of open containers of alcohol. Also, there is no stipulation under the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) that bars minors from being present on the premises.
Orange County Liquor License Type 21 are typically issued for brick and mortar stores that sell items such as foodstuffs, in addition to liquor, beer and wine. However, unlike the Type 20 license, the Type 21 license can be used in applications such as liquor stores. The Orange County Type 21 liquor license permits the holder to sell this type of alcohol without any quota on gross sales of other items from the store, such as food. Unlike the Type 41 and Type 47 licenses, the Orange County Type 21 liquor license is designated as an off-premises license. Beer, wine and liquor may not be sold for on-premises consumption.
Do you feel that your business requires an Orange County Type 21 license? If so, then you have come to the right place! We can help you to obtain an Orange County Type 21 liquor license, with no stress or hassle on your part. We can provide you with assistance and consultation in applying for a license directly from the ABC, or help you in brokering the purchase of your Orange County Type 21 liquor license from a seller on the open market.
If you currently have an Orange County Liquor License Type 21 and are you looking for qualified buyers, our team can assist you there too! We can ensure that we find the best value for your license, while also vetting any interested buyers to ensure that they are qualified under the requirements of the ABC.