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How to Obtain a Liquor License

How to Obtain a Liquor License Are you interested in obtaining a liquor license for your new bar, restaurant, or nightclub? Liquor laws vary by state and are determined by local agencies, so it's important to be well-informed before beginning the process of applying for a license. If you're interested in learning more about how to get a liquor license for your establishment, keep reading! 1. Determine Your State's Alcohol Laws Because each state has their own specific rules regarding the distribution, sale, and consumption of alcohol, the first step in getting a liquor license is determining your state's alcohol laws. Every state has their own Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) agency, which is the governing body that makes any and all rules

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Spill and Vomit Absorbents Buying Guide

From offices and school classrooms to storage areas and commercial kitchen floors, our selection of spill and vomit absorbents will help you easily and effectively clean up liquids and messes! They come in a variety of sizes and styles to fit various needs within your facility. Use them to absorb spills, clean up after guests who get sick, line shelves to reduce grime, barricade and direct large puddles toward a drain, or catch leaks and drips from machines.

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Different Types of Beer

With over 3,000 craft breweries in the United States, it’s safe to say that craft beer is bigger than ever. Whether your establishment already offers a dozen beers on tap or you’re thinking about adding a new beer service, brush up on your knowledge with our guide to the different types of beer. Learn everything about the styles of beer you serve, from proper serving temperature and glassware to the best food and cheese pairings, so you can please even the most knowledgeable connoisseur. Different Styles of Beer Click on the links below to learn more about your favorite style of beer:  Pale Lager and Pilsner Dark Lager German Bock Brown Ale Pale Ale India Pale Ale Porter Stout Belgian-Style Ale Wheat Beer Wild & Sour Ale Specialty

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