The Division of Liquor Control offers a variety of other permits and licenses as required by State laws and regulations.
To serve malt or vinous beverages by the glass to the public, a license or permit may be required, provided that the event is approved by the local licensing authority. A license or permit holder may purchase malt or vinous beverages directly from a licensed retailer. The license or permit holder shall be subject to the provisions of this title and the rules of the Board regarding the service of alcoholic beverages.
Licenses and permits include:
- Boat License, First and Third Class
- Break-Open Ticket Manufacturer or Distributor
- Educational Sampling Event Permit
- Festival Permit
- Industrial Alcohol License
- Keg Registration Form
- Malt Tasting Permit
- Master Resort License
- Non-Profit Auction Permit
- Non-Profit Bingo Permit
- Non-Profit Casino or Texas Hold'em Request
- Non-Profit Disclosure Form
- Purchase Alcohol Permit
- Railroad Tasting Permit
- Special Venue - Art Gallery, Book Store, Library, or Museum Permit
- Tobacco Endorsement
- Tobacco Only License
- Wine Storage Facility License Application
- Wine Tasting Permit
How to apply for a license and/or permit
- Sign up or login to the Department of Liquor and Lottery, Division of Liquor Control’s Online Portal. This is required for license applications and renewals.
- Within the Online Portal, complete and submit the license application form with the appropriate fee. Please note that fees are non-refundable.
- Once submitted, your application or renewal will be reviewed by the Division of Liquor Control and you will be notified about your application’s status. The process typically takes two to six weeks.
- Approved licenses and permits will be available for download through the Online Portal.
If you need assistance, please contact us. Additionally, please familiarize yourself with Vermont Laws and Regulations concerning the Division of Liquor Control.
Forms and fees
All forms and fees are accessible through the Department of Liquor and Lottery, Division of Liquor Control’s Online Portal. Fees are non-refundable.
Access the Department of Liquor and Lottery, Division of Liquor Control Online Portal
The Department of Liquor and Lottery, Division of Liquor Control’s Online Portal is where you can make online payments, submit applications and renewals, access training records, send enforcement and compliance inquiries, and get access to the DLL board meetings. Learn more about our Online Portal.
Sign up or login to the Online Portal