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Alcohol from a concession trailer

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I am just wondering what the laws are regarding selling alcohol from a mobile concession trailer. Yes i realize that my staff has to be of age, and i already know to card, but what other things will i have to apply for? i have a license in Florida, but will i have to acquire a liquor license for each state i am in, or what? I'm just curious, as i would eventually like to maybe offer wine and beer to go with some of my food. 


Edited by mobilejared - 7/19/12 at 7:15am
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You'll likely need a liquor license for each state. And proper business licenses, pay and collect taxes for each state and some cities.

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If I'm not grossly mistaken, in California you MUST have a fixed location (restaurant) for serving food for a Type 47, which allows sales at variable locations (catering) but you have to apply for a permit for each location (more fees ;-) ).
 

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