Alcohol beverage licensing (“abl”)
South Carolina’s ABL laws can be very confusing. Often times, different laws have to be read together in order to truly understand the licensure requirements.
Do you know who all of your principals are? Have you met all of the restaurant or nonprofit requirements? Would you be best suited as a brewpub or brewery? Are you facing the suspension or revocation of your alcohol license?
With six years of prior ABL experience at the South Carolina Department of Revenue, our Associate Attorney Lauren is ready to assist you in navigating SC’s ABL laws. From obtaining a retailer’s, wholesaler’s, or manufacturer’s license to defending a violation of the alcohol laws, the team at Chillico & Associates is here to help!
Examples of Issues We handle
Matters Related to Applications, such as:
Reviewing Concepts for Compliance
Defense of Alcohol Law Violations, such as:
Sale to Minor
Sale During Restricted Hours
Failure to Maintain License Requirements
Application Filing or Issues After Filing for:
On-Premises Beer and Wine Permit
Off-Premises Beer and Wine Permit
Liquor by the Drink License
Retail Liquor Store License
Beer, Wine, or Liquor Wholesaler Permits