Section 28-3A-17.1 Entertainment district designation in certain municipalities. (a)(1) Notwithstanding
any rule adopted by the board, the board may issue an entertainment district designation to
any retailer licensee that is licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption
and to any manufacturer licensee that conducts tastings or samplings on the licensed premises,
provided the licensees are located in an entertainment district established pursuant to this
section. (2) A licensee who receives an entertainment district designation under this subsection
shall comply with all laws and rules governing its license type, except that the patrons,
guests, or members of that licensee may exit that licensed premises with open containers of
alcoholic beverages and consume alcoholic beverages anywhere within the confines of the entertainment
district, which shall be permitted, but may not enter another licensed premises with open
containers or closed containers of alcoholic...
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Section 28-1-6 Issuance of licenses for sale of intoxicating beverages in Class 1 or Class
2 municipalities. (a)(1) All other provisions of law, rules, or regulations to the contrary
notwithstanding, the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board shall absolutely have no authority
to issue any form of license in a Class 1 municipality, including, but not limited to, off-premises
consumption licenses, restaurant licenses, or club licenses, for the retail sale of any form
of intoxicating beverages, including, but not limited to, malt liquor, beer, wine, liquor,
or other alcoholic beverage regulated by the board, unless one of the following requirements
is satisfied: a. The application has first been approved by the governing body of the Class
1 municipality in which the site of the license is situated. b. The denial of approval by
the Class 1 governing body has been set aside by order of the circuit court of the county
in which the site is situated on the ground that the municipal approval...
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Section 11-3A-4 Alcoholic beverage licenses in Class 3 municipalities with elected county commission
chair. (a) This section shall apply to any county with a Class 3 municipality that has an
elected county commission chair. (b) All other provisions of law, rules, or regulations to
the contrary notwithstanding, the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board may not issue in
the unincorporated area of any applicable county any form of license, including, but not limited
to, off-premise consumption licenses, restaurant licenses, or club licenses, for the retail
sale of any form of intoxicating beverages, including, but not limited to, malt liquor, beer,
wine, liquor, or other alcoholic beverage regulated by the board, unless one of the following
requirements are satisfied: (1) The application has first been approved by the county commission.
(2) The denial of approval by the county commission has been set aside by order of the circuit
court of the county on the grounds that approval by the...
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Section 45-8-22 Special licenses; additional taxes; maintenance of records. (a) It shall be
unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation, other than the state Alcoholic Beverage Control
Board, to sell at retail in Calhoun County any spirituous or vinous liquors without first
obtaining a special license from the judge of probate that shall be in addition to all other
licenses required by law. The amount of the special license shall be determined by the county
commission and shall be levied in the same manner as other county licenses are levied. Licenses
required by this subsection shall expire on September 30th following the date of purchase.
All proceeds from sales of the special licenses shall be placed in the general fund of the
county. (b) In addition to all other taxes levied on the possession for sale, or the sale,
of alcoholic beverages in Alabama, a tax is levied on the possession for sale, or the sale
of, spirituous or vinous beverages in Calhoun County in an amount set by the...
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Section 28-3-1 Definitions. As used in this title, the following words shall have the following
meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise: (1) ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES. Any alcoholic,
spirituous, vinous, fermented, or other alcoholic beverage, or combination of liquors and
mixed liquor, a part of which is spirituous, vinous, fermented, or otherwise alcoholic, and
all drinks or drinkable liquids, preparations or mixtures intended for beverage purposes,
which contain one-half of one percent or more of alcohol by volume, and shall include liquor,
beer, and wine. (2) ASSOCIATION. A partnership, limited partnership, or any form of unincorporated
enterprise owned by two or more persons. (3) BEER, or MALT OR BREWED BEVERAGES. Except as
otherwise provided in this subdivision, any beer, lager beer, ale, porter, malt or brewed
beverage, or similar fermented malt liquor containing one-half of one percent or more of alcohol
by volume and not in excess of thirteen and nine-tenths percent...
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Section 28-3-190 Levy of tax; collection; disposition of proceeds by localities; enforcement
and administration; penalties; exclusive nature of tax. (a) Levy. In addition to the excise
tax levied by Article 5A of Chapter 3 of this title and the licenses provided for by Chapter
3A of this title and by Section 28-3-194, and any acts amendatory thereof, supplementary thereto
or substituted therefor, and municipal and county licenses, there is hereby levied a privilege
or excise tax on every person licensed under the provisions of Chapter 3A who sells, stores,
or receives for the purpose of distribution, to any person, firm, corporation, club, or association
within the State of Alabama any beer. The tax levied hereby shall be measured by and graduated
in accordance with the volume of sales by such person of beer, and shall be an amount equal
to one and six hundred twenty-five thousands cents (1.625 cents) for each four fluid ounces
or fractional part thereof. (b) Collection. The tax levied...
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Section 28-3A-11 Lounge retail liquor license; approval of municipality; entertainment; minors.
Upon applicant's compliance with the provisions of this chapter and the regulations made thereunder,
the board shall, where the application is accompanied by a certificate from the clerk or proper
officer setting out that the applicant has presented his application to the governing authority
of the municipality, if the licensed premises is to be located therein, and has obtained its
consent and approval, issue a retail liquor license which will authorize the licensee to purchase
liquor and wine from the board or as authorized by the board and to purchase table wine, and
beer, including draft or keg beer in any county or municipality in which the sale thereof
is permitted, from any wholesaler licensee of the board and to sell at retail liquor and wine,
dispensed from containers of any size, and beer, including draft or keg beer in any county
or municipality in which the sale thereof is...
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Section 28-3A-21 Fees for licenses issued by the board; local license taxes. (a) The following
annual license fees are levied and prescribed for licenses issued and renewed by the board
pursuant to the authority contained in this chapter: (1) Manufacturer license, license fee
of five hundred dollars ($500). (2) Importer license, license fee of five hundred dollars
($500). (3) Liquor wholesale license, license fee of five hundred dollars ($500). (4) Wholesaler
license, beer license fee of five hundred fifty dollars ($550) or wine license fee of five
hundred fifty dollars ($550); license fee for beer and wine of seven hundred fifty dollars
($750); plus two hundred dollars ($200) for each warehouse in addition to the principal warehouse.
(5) Warehouse license, license fee of two hundred dollars ($200). (6) Lounge retail liquor
license, license fee of three hundred dollars ($300). (7) Restaurant retail liquor license,
license fee of three hundred dollars ($300). (8) Club liquor license,...
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Section 45-49-22.03 Lawful activities upon affirmative vote. If a majority of the voters voting
in any election held pursuant to this subpart vote Yes, then, upon the proper certification
and declaration of the results of the election, it shall be legal, on each Sunday during the
two-hour period between 12 o'clock midnight of the preceding Saturday and two o'clock, a.m.,
and for the remainder of Sunday after 12 o'clock noon (but not between the hours of two o'clock,
a.m., and 12 o'clock noon), in every part of Mobile County, including all municipalities or
parts thereof located in the county, for properly licensed persons (as provided in the Alcoholic
Beverage Licensing Code, Chapter 3A, Title 28, or successor provisions of law) to do the following:
(1) Sell and dispense at retail alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption in a lounge
or bar. (2) Sell and dispense at retail alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption in
a restaurant, hotel, dinner theater, convention center,...
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Section 28-1-7 Alcoholic Beverage Control Board prohibited from issuing licenses for sale of
intoxicating beverages in Class IV municipalities; exceptions. REPEALED IN THE 2020 REGULAR
SESSION BY ACT 2020-152 EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2020. THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT CODE SUPPLEMENT.
(a) All other provisions of law, rules, or regulations to the contrary notwithstanding, the
Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board shall absolutely have no authority to issue any form
of license in a Class IV municipality organized pursuant to Section 11-44B-1, et seq., including,
but not limited to, on or off-premise consumption licenses, special event or special retail
licenses, restaurant or lounge licenses, club licenses, or other licenses for the retail sale
of any form of intoxicating beverages, including, but not limited to, beer and other forms
of malt beverages, wine, liquor, or other alcoholic beverages regulated by the board, unless
the application therefore has first been approved by the governing...
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