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Types of Pinal County Liquor Licenses

Any business owner seeking to sell liquor at their Pinal County establishment must secure a proper Pinal County alcohol license. Located in central Arizona, Pinal County is home to nearly 448,000 people. The largest city is Maricopa, while the biggest unincorporated area is San Tan Valley, Arizona. The county seat is Florence, AZ. Many travelers and residents enjoy spending time at Pinal County attractions, such as Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Goldfield Ghost Town and Mine Tours Inc., Lost Dutchman State Park, Picacho Peak, and Boyce Thompson Arboretum. Every year, the Pinal County Fair draws a crowd in Casa Grande, AZ, with livestock, competitions, rides, food, and entertainment.

 

If your Pinal County business requires an alcohol permit, we offer online Pinal County liquor license auctions for the following permit types:

 

  • Series 6: Permits bars and nightclubs to sell all liquor -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for on-site consumption, as well as liquor, beer, and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in Pinal County.
  • Series 7: Permits restaurants to sell beer and wine for on-site consumption, as well as liquor, beer, and wine "to go" for off-site consumption in original, unopened containers in Pinal County, Arizona.
  • Series 9: Permits all liquor sales -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for off-premises consumption in Pinal County, AZ.

 

Each Arizona liquor license grants the holder the right to sell in a specific Arizona county, such as Pinal. Liquor licenses are not transferable between counties. They are, however, transferable between owners, which means you can legally buy or sell any Pinal County alcohol license.

How to Buy a Pinal County Liquor License

Buyers have two options for purchasing liquor licenses in Pinal County, Arizona. They may either obtain an alcohol permit from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) or secure one through the open market using a liquor license broker, like Liquor License Auctioneers.

 

Since there is a cap on the available number of alcohol licenses in Pinal County, Arizona, usually the only way to acquire a liquor license is through the secondary market. Even still, sometimes, the buyer may have to wait for a seller to sell a liquor license to them in Pinal County.

 

Enter Liquor License Auctioneers. We have maintained close relationships with business proprietors and lawyers who specialize in this industry. These connections give us the ability to offer exclusive Pinal County alcohol licenses that no other liquor license brokerage can sell. Due to the exclusivity, we are able to price them fairly on our online auction platform. If you don’t see the specific Pinal County alcohol permit you need for your business, please let our liquor license brokers know, and we will be happy to locate one for you through our network.

 

To apply for a liquor license in Pinal County, Arizona, the following forms are required:

 

  1. Complete the DLLC Application: Follow the directions to complete the Arizona DLLC Application based on the type of liquor license ownership and alcohol license your business requires. The DLLC Application for a Pinal County alcohol permit must be filled out in black ink. 
  2. Submit the Questionnaire: Complete the questionnaire that is part of the application process for a Pinal County alcohol license, and sign it before submitting the questionnaire to the Arizona DLLC.
  3. Prove Citizenship or Alien Status: The buyer or their agent needs to fill out the Arizona Statement of Citizenship or Alien Status for State Public Benefits when applying for a Pinal County liquor license.
  4. Submit a Fingerprint Card: Pay a $22.00 fee when submitting the fingerprint card as part of the DLLC application process.
  5. A Valid Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training: The agent or applicant should submit a valid certificate of completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training at this stage of the application process for a Pinal County liquor license. The certificate should be submitted within 60 days from the date that the Arizona DLLC Application was received by the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC).
  6. Issuance of Pinal County Liquor License: In order to obtain an alcohol permit in Pinal County, Arizona, the applicant must receive the approval of the local governing body, such as the town, city, or county. The Arizona DLLC must wait for a time frame of 15 days from the date of recommendation for approval before the DLLC reviews the Application for Issuance. The applicant must have a background clearance completed, send in a copy of a valid Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training, if it wasn’t received at the time of the DLLC application, and have a site inspection of the business location. The final Pinal County alcohol license issuance fees are due by the applicant.

 

Our expert alcohol license brokers can guide you through the following eight steps to procure a liquor license in Pinal County, AZ.

 

  1. Secure the location: Choose the business location where you plan to operate your business and sell or serve liquor. The premises must be leased, rented, or purchased.
  2. Select your liquor license: Choose which type of Pinal County alcohol license you need for your business, and then decide how you will purchase the alcohol permit. You can either acquire a liquor license in Pinal County through the secondary market using an alcohol permit broker or from the Arizona DLLC.
  3. Open your escrow account: Create an escrow account, ideally with a third-party company, which will hold all the fiances associated with both the transfer and the sale of the Pinal County alcohol permit.
  4. Survey the location: Have a surveyor come to your business to conduct an inspection. If you want, you may have Liquor License Auctioneers complete this step for you.
  5. Complete your DLLC Application: Make sure that all related forms and documents are completed when you submit the DLLC Application. When submitted, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) will review and approve the application. If you’d like, Liquor License Auctioneers can help you complete the DLLC Application.
  6. Post a notice: When the Arizona DLLC has approved your application for a liquor license in Pinal County, AZ, the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) will send you a notice of intent to sell liquor. Once you receive the notice in the mail, it must be posted at your business establishment for at least 30 days.
  7. Submit to investigation: After the 30 days have passed, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) will conduct a final inspection of your property to see if everything is up to code and meets the standards for receiving a Pinal County alcohol license.  
  8. Receive the liquor license: Once the seven previous steps have been completed, the Arizona DLLC will mail you the official Pinal County liquor license. You are instructed to post the alcohol permit at your business once you receive it.

 

Completing the aforementioned eight steps guarantees that you have met the requirements set by Arizona’s Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) for obtaining an alcohol license in Pinal County. To make sure that the process of securing the Pinal County liquor license goes smoothly, it’s important to see if your local municipality has any additional requirements that must be met. If there are additional stipulations for acquiring a liquor license in Florence, AZ, then you will be aware of them ahead of time, and it won’t slow down the process. Being aware of these requirements will help you attain the Maricopa liquor license you need to start selling liquor at your business.

 

Arizona businesses of all types – grocery stores, liquor stores, restaurants, and bars – require business owners to procure an alcohol license. At Liquor License Auctioneers, we have an ethical business model, extensive knowledge, and prices unmatched in the industry. We strive to provide excellent customer service. Check our online auction platform to see which Pinal County liquor licenses are currently available, and place a bid now. 

Pinal County Liquor Licenses for Sale

Liquor License Auctioneers was founded in 2012 by a previous Investigator of the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to provide an online auction platform for Pinal County alcohol licenses. Buyers and sellers may purchase or list Pinal County liquor licenses for sale on our bidding platform, which is updated in real-time. Make an offer, and buy a liquor license in Pinal County, Arizona, now.

Contact Liquor License Auctioneers

Acquiring a liquor license in Pinal County, Arizona, can be a time-intensive process. Our experienced liquor license brokers at Liquor License Auctioneers can help assist you in securing an alcohol permit in Pinal County. Reach out to our team by calling 818.345.2226 or sending an email. Get the conversation started with Liquor License Auctioneers so that you can start selling alcohol to your customers.