Alcohol

Regulated substance

Hearings

Vermont Liquor and Lottery Board

Meetings are held at the Department of Liquor Control, 13 Green Mountain Drive, Montpelier, VT unless otherwise noted.

Compliance & Enforcement

Liquor Control Badge

The Office of Compliance and Enforcement is charged with investigating possible violations of liquor laws and regulations, and carrying out law enforcement activities related to these incidents.  Comprising a team of investigators and supporting staff, and working closely with other law enforcement agencies, this section protects the public safety and ensures that laws and regulations are followed.

Reference Documents

These are some links to additional information that you might find useful:

Training Materials

The Division of Liquor Control allows businesses to take a train the trainer approach to training employees within a business.  A certified member of the staff may train other employees on the rules and regulations around selling and serving alcohol and tobacco.  These in-house certifications are not transferrable and employees must be recertified if they work for another employer.    The In-House Training Kit includes all relevant materials and the mandatory DLC video for selling or serving alcohol.  Training materials for other circumstances are listed below.   The

Seminars

 


The State of Vermont statutes require that all who sell or serve alcohol or tobacco must attend training and be certified by the Division of Liquor Control.  There are several types of training available.

Education

 


 

Education is a vital part of the mission of the Vermont Division of Liquor Control.  The Office of Education brings training and seminars to consumers, businessmen, teenagers, parents, bartenders, store owners, and anyone else who needs to know about how to make sure alcohol is only used in safe and legal ways.

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How to Reach Us

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

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Gary Kessler, Deputy Commissioner

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