Colorado Liquor Code Regulation 47-302 provides that, after a liquor or beer license has been issued, the licensee may not make any physical change, alteration, or modification of the premises that materially or substantially alters the licensed premises, or the use of the licensed premises, from the plans and specifications including walls submitted at the time of obtaining the original license without the prior written consent of the local and state licensing authorities.
a) Exterior areas showing control of the licensed premises (fences, walls, doors, gates, etc)
b) A diagram for each floor plan, outlined in red to indicate the liquor boundary before, during and after the event. The diagram must identify the location of the proposed licensed premises designating where alcoholic beverages will be sold, served, distributed or consumed before, during or after the event.
$600 for a Temporary Modification of Premises ($300 build up, $300 tear down)
Fees can be paid by check or money order made out to the Colorado Department of Revenue.
Depending on the decisions made by the Director of Excise and Licenses, a hearing may be held.
We will exchange your inspection card for your license when Excise and Licenses comes to be the last signer on your inspection card.
Inspections and paperwork can take longer than you expect. Plan extra time to get your license.