Alcohol Catering Permit
The alcohol catering permit allows an alcohol establishment holding a
valid Idaho state alcohol retail license to serve and sell alcohol at a
party, convention or other event at a location other than their
licensed premises. The alcohol catering permit is limited to the
authorization to sell liquor, beer or wine, or any combination thereof,
based upon the type of Idaho alcohol license they possess. An alcohol
catering permit is required when an organization, person or group
intends to sponsor a party, convention or other event at a non-alcohol
licensed premises, where the serving and selling of wine, beer or liquor
by the drink will take place.
How to Apply
To apply for an Alcohol Catering Permit, complete and return the following documents:
- Site Plan noting where alcohol will be served and signage/security at exits
Please note: If you are the sponsor of the party or convention and
will be handling the alcohol catering permit, you will need to print the
application and take it directly to the licensed alcohol retailer to
complete. They will need to provide their signature on the "responsible
licensee name" line to verify their authorization for the permit.
It takes approximately 14 working days to review the alcohol permit.
Please turn the application in no less than 14 working days prior to the
event date. An alcohol catering permit is $20.00 per day and cannot
exceed five (5) consecutive days.