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Types of Yavapai County Liquor Licenses

All business proprietors in Yavapai County, Arizona, must secure a Yavapai County liquor license to sell or serve liquor legally. In central Arizona, Yavapai County has a population of nearly 236,000 people. Most of these Yavapai County natives live in Prescott Valley, the county’s largest city. The county seat is Prescott, Arizona. Travelers and local residents enjoy many of the Yavapai County attractions, such as Out of Africa Wildlife Park, Red Rock State Park, Cathedral Rock, Montezuma Castle National Monument, and Devil’s Bridge Trail. Every year in September, the Yavapai County Fair takes place in Prescott, Arizona. The county fair draws people from all around with amusement rides, livestock, Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo, and live music. 


To serve liquor to your customers legally,  we offer online Yavapai 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 Yavapai 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 Yavapai County, Arizona.
  • Series 9: Permits all liquor sales -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for off-premises consumption in Yavapai County, AZ.


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

How to Buy a Yavapai County Liquor License

A Yavapai County liquor license buyer can obtain an alcohol permit in one of two ways. The first option is to purchase an alcohol license for Yavapai County from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). The alternative option is to secure a liquor license in Yavapai County on the secondary market through a liquor license broker, like Liquor License Auctioneers.


The state of Arizona sets a cap on the number of liquor licenses available in each county, including Yavapai County. Alcohol licenses are usually secured by going through a liquor license broker on the open market and waiting for a seller to sell a liquor license in Yavapai County, AZ.


This is where our team of liquor license brokers specializes. Being in this industry for years has given us the opportunity to develop excellent relationships with both lawyers and business people who also work in this field. This network gives us the ability to offer select Yavapai County alcohol licenses that are solely available on our online auction platform. No other liquor license brokerage can offer these Yavapai County liquor licenses for sale, which allows us to sell these alcohol permits at fair prices. Please let us know if you are in need of a specific type of Yavapai County alcohol permit, and we can inquire within our network until we find the liquor license that your business requires.


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


  1. Complete the DLLC Application: When you are in the process of obtaining a Yavapai County liquor license, you must fill out the DLLC Application. Use black ink only to complete all the required sections based on the type of liquor license and the type of alcohol permit ownership you are applying to receive. 
  2. Submit the Questionnaire: Part of the Yavapai County DLLC Application is completing a questionnaire, which must be filled out and then signed.
  3. Prove Citizenship or Alien Status: The Yavapai County liquor license applicant or their agent must fill out the Arizona Statement of Citizenship or Alien Status for State Public Benefits.
  4. Submit a Fingerprint Card: A fingerprint card must be submitted to the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC), and they must pay the associated $22.00 fee. 
  5. A Valid Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training: The agent or business proprietor needs to submit a valid certificate of completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training. The certificate must be sent in within a time period of 60 days from the date that the DLLC Application was received by the Arizona DLLC.
  6. Issuance of Yavapai County Liquor License: There are a few more requirements before the applicant can receive the Yavapai County liquor license. The DLLC liquor license applicant must gain approval from the local governing body (city, town, county). Then, the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) must wait 15 days after the date of recommendation for approval before they review the DLLC Application for Issuance. The Yavapai County alcohol license applicant must also get a site inspection of the business establishment, a background clearance, and give a copy of the Certificate of Completion for the Basic/Management Title 4 (Arizona Liquor Law) Training, if not received at the time of the DLLC Application. Any final issuance fees for the Yavapai County alcohol permit must be paid at this time.


With the assistance of our alcohol license brokers, follow these eight steps to obtain a liquor license in Yavapai County, Arizona.


  1. Secure the location: Lease, rent, or purchase the premises where you’d like to sell or serve alcoholic beverages to your customers. 
  2. Select your liquor license: Determine which type of Yavapai County liquor license you need to acquire for your business. Then, choose how you will obtain an alcohol license - either from the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) or through the secondary market using a liquor license broker, such as  Liquor License Auctioneers.
  3. Open your escrow account: Create an escrow account with a third-party company. This account will hold all of the finances associated with the Yavapai County liquor license transfer and sale.
  4. Survey the location: A contractor must conduct a survey of your business location. Liquor License Auctioneers can come to your business premises and do the inspection on your behalf.
  5. Complete your DLLC Application: After the Arizona DLLC Application is completed, be sure to send it along with the required documents to the Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). The DLLC will review and approve the application for a Yavapai County alcohol license. Our expert liquor license brokers can help you complete the DLLC Application.
  6. Post a notice: After the Arizona DLLC has approved the application for a liquor license in Yavapai County, the DLLC will send over a notice of intent to sell alcohol. When you receive this notice in the mail, it must be posted for 30 days at your business location.
  7. Submit to investigation: After the 30 days have elapsed, the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC) will do a final inspection of your premises to see if you are ready to operate and sell liquor at your establishment.
  8. Receive the liquor license: If your business passes the inspection, the Arizona DLLC will mail you the official Yavapai County liquor license. You are instructed to feature the alcohol permit at your business. 


Completing all of the previous eight steps to secure a Yavapai County liquor license will meet the standards set by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC). Always check with your local municipal government to see if they have additional requirements to obtain an alcohol license in Prescott, AZ. Meeting these additional stipulations will help you accelerate the process of acquiring a liquor license in Prescott Valley, Arizona.


In Yavapai County, Arizona, there are many liquor stores, grocery stores, restaurants, and bars all competing for liquor licenses. Yavapai County business owners are all required to have a proper alcohol permit if they plan to sell or serve alcohol at their location. Our expert liquor license brokers have the knowledge, experience, and exceptional customer service to help you obtain your Yavapai County alcohol license. Choose Liquor License Auctioneers to help you secure a Yavapai County liquor license for sale in a timely manner, so you can start selling liquor to your patrons. See which Yavapai County alcohol licenses are currently available on our auction platform. Place a bid on a liquor license in Yavapai County, Arizona, now.

Yavapai County Liquor Licenses for Sale

Founded in 2012, Liquor License Auctioneers was started by a former  California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Investigator to provide Yavapai County liquor licenses for sale on our auction platform. Buyers and sellers can purchase or list a Yavapai County alcohol license on our online bidding platform, which is updated in real-time. See which liquor licenses in Yavapai County, Arizona, are available, and make an offer today.

Contact Liquor License Auctioneers

The process of purchasing a liquor license in Yavapai County, AZ, can be tedious and exhausting. When you choose to work with Liquor License Auctioneers, we can help expedite the process of securing a Yavapai County alcohol license for your business. We know that you are eager to start selling alcohol to your customers, so give us a call at 818.345.2226, or send us an email to get the process started of acquiring a Yavapai County alcohol permit.