Optional Premises means outdoor sports and recreational facilities for the convenience of guests or the public (e.g., golf courses, ski resorts).
Seven days a week between 7:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m.
Multiple ownership is legal with the following other classes of licenses:
A 500 foot distance restriction from public and parochial schools applied to new hotel and restaurant liquor applications.
This does not apply to colleges, universities, or seminaries. (This is by rule and regulation of the Department of excise and Licenses.)
Read more about the distance restriction for Hotel and Restaurant licenses.
State - $1,550.00 fee made payable to Colorado Department of Revenue + Liquor License Fees + Manager Registration Fees
State - $1,650.00 fee for Concurrent Review + Liquor License Fees + Manager Registration Fees
State - $1,550.00 fee for Transfer of Ownership + Liquor License Fees + Manager Registration 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 a liquor license application.
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.