Alcohol

Regulated substance

Wholesaler Trade Practice Webinar

Recorded: October 11, 2018

Presenter: Chief Skyler Genest

This is a 1 hour webinar explaining federal trade practice violations and Vermont specific application.

 

PreventConnect Webinar

13 September 2019

Cheers to Creating Protective Environments: Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention in Bars and Alcohol-Serving Establishments

Distribute spirits to the Vermont DLC

A distributor or broker of spirits to the Department of Liquor Control does not require any special licensing, however, they must be an appointed distributor for the brand they represent. 

For more information, please contact Tonia Pryce - Liquor Purchasing and Warehousing Chief, tonia.pryce@vermont.gov, 802-828-2171

In-House Training Kit

The In-House Training Kit provides the tools for a certified (Trained by Vermont Liquor Control) member of staff to train other employees within a First class (on-premise) and Second class (off-premise) licensed business.

History

The Vermont Division of Liquor Control (DLC) was created in 1933, when the 21st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution repealed the Volstead Act (Prohibition). Control of the sale and distribution of alcohol was then transferred to state governments. In response, all states instituted some form of three-tier system of producers, wholesale distributors, and retailers to promote moderation in consumption, prevent concentration of power, and raise revenues through taxes.

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Patrick T. Delaney, Commissioner
13 Green Mountain Drive
Montpelier VT 05602
802-828-2345

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