Issued to non-profit corporation which has been in existence for no less than three years and which has had a dues-paying membership for at least three years,and has occupied a premises operated for objects of national, social , fraternal, patriotic, political, or athletic nature, but not for financial gain; or
A corporation that is a regularly chartered branch of a national organization (e.g.: Elks Lodge, V.F.W.)
Seven days a week between 7:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. only during productions
Multiple financial interests are allowed with this class of license and the following:
A 500 foot distance restriction from public and parochial schools, colleges, universities, and seminaries applies to new club licenses.
The distance restriction does not apply to any club located within the principal campus of a college, university or seminary if its membership is limited tot he faculty or staff of said institution.
State - $1,550.00 fee made payable to Colorado Department of Revenue + Liquor License Fees
State - $1,650.00 fee for Concurrent Review + Liquor License Fees
State - $1,550.00 fee for Transfer of Ownership + Liquor License Fees
City - $1,000.00 + other fees assigned at time of application
Colorado Bureau of Investigations Fingerprinting: $38.50 per person for anyone that owns at least 10% of the business entity.
License fees will be calculated at the time the application is submitted to the City.
See documents required for the new Liquor license application
A list of the names of all mangers of club licenses provided to the state and local licensing authorities.
A cabaret application is not required for a Club License per Denver Revised Municipal Code Sec. 6-51(a)(2)
Additional documents may be required for this class of license. Check with the Department of Excise and Licenses for specific requirements.
Inspections and paperwork can take longer than you expect. Plan extra time to get your license.