John Cocca, Director
ARIZONA LIQUOR NEWS STAND
Liquor News in the Media
Agency Press Releases
- Success In Preventing Liquor Sales to Underage
Acceptable Forms of ID
Vertical Driver License & ID Information
Home Brewing, Distilling, & Wine-making
Military Returning With Liquor
Apply For a Liquor License
Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training
Internet Sales & Residential Shipment of Liquor
Legal Age To...
Local Delivery & Intra-state Transportation of Liquor
Special Events/Charitable Events
BYOB or Liquor at an Unlicensed Business
Homeowner's Associations & Retirement Communities
LIQUOR INDUSTRY ADVISORIES
New Direct-to-consumer Industry Notice: View Arizona Liquor Industry Notices and Advisories.
WHAT IS PALCOHOL?
The National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) Research published this paper on the background and history of Palcohol.
This Fee Chart will provide you with a list of fees (from applications to recordkeeping requirements) to keep your active license in compliance with Arizona liquor laws and regluations. We hope you find this information helpful. Please contact your Customer Service Representative if you need assistance. NOTE: This chart lists state fees and does not include city, town or county fees.
PARENTS, SPEAK UP!
Parents, you have more influence than you may think. The proof is in the research. Have a discussion about drinking with your kids. Click here for details.
Own Up encourages parents and teens to Own Up to decisions and avoid the consequences associated with underage drinking. Interactive programs for schools, parent/teacher organizations, and community groups are now available.
Review the underage drinking video for The White Cross Project.
Review Arizona DUI statistics:
Arizona DUI Enforcement Statistics - 2004 through 2013.
RECENTLY PASSED LIQUOR LAWS
Liquor laws and rules which became effective in July 2014 are explained below using training presentations given statewide by Department of Liquor officers and other agency publications.New Liquor Law & Sampling Training Session Presentation(PowerPoint) New Liquor Law & Sampling Training Session Presentation(PDF)
Below is a printable version of the 2014 Title 4 Lawbook which becomes effective on July 24, 2014.
This lawbook is created for Deparment of Liquor staff and is provided to the public as a courtesy. For the offical refernces of Arizona statutes, click here. For the official reference to the Arizona Administrative Code (rules), click here.
2014 Title 4 Lawbook)(PDF - printable)
Three bills that impact Arizona's liquor industry will become law on July 24, 2014.
Vertical ID Laws
EBT Liquor Purchase Law
New Rules became effective on July 7, 2014.