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Types of Bucks County Liquor Licenses

Business establishments of all kinds must receive a liquor license in Bucks County to sell alcohol legally. In the Keystone State, Bucks County has a population of 628,000, and the county seat is Doylestown, PA. As one of the larger counties in this original American Colony, Bucks County offers sites that draw locals and tourists to the area, such as Fonthill Castle and Ringing Rocks County Park. During the course of the year, Bucks County offers many annual festivals as well.


If you want to sell alcohol to customers in Bucks County legally, we offer online Bucks County liquor license auctions for the following permit types:


  • Type R: Permits restaurants, bars, and taverns to serve both food and liquor -- beer, wine, and spirits -- for consumption on-premises, as well as unopened liquor “to go” for consumption off-premises in Bucks County.
  • Type E: Permits any eating establishment such as a corner store or a delicatessen to sell and serve beer for consumption on-premises, as well as beer “to go” for consumption off-premises in Bucks County, PA.
  • Type D: Permits distributors to sell beer for off-premises consumption. All beer sales have to be in their original containers in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.


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

How to Buy a Bucks County Liquor License

There are four options for business owners to secure a liquor license in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.


  1. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB): Receive an alcohol license in Bucks County directly from the Bureau of Licensing. All new applicants must apply to the PLCB.
  2. Person-to-Person Bucks County Liquor License Transfer: This type of transfer applies to the owner of the liquor license, not the place of business. The ownership of the Bucks County alcohol permit changes hands.
  3. Place-to-Place Bucks County Alcohol License Transfer: The owner of a liquor license in Bucks County can apply to transfer the liquor license to another business location. The owner stays the same.
  4. Person-to-Person and Place-to-Place Bucks County Liquor License Transfer: Both the ownership and the business location are transferred to the applicant. Ownership and place of business changes.


If you decide to do any of the liquor license transfers as opposed to acquiring an alcohol license in Bucks County from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB), then you can seek an experienced liquor license broker, such as Liquor License Auctioneers to aid you in attaining your Bucks County alcohol permit on the secondary market. 


The number of Bucks County alcohol licenses is limited per county due to the population. This means that the PLCB does not issue more alcohol permits than the number allotted to Bucks County, which could make your chances of obtaining a Bucks County liquor license directly from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) Bureau of Licensing nearly impossible. If this is the case, you must choose from any of the other options to transfer a liquor license. In this situation, you may still have to wait until a seller is willing to sell a liquor license to you in Bucks County, PA. 


We are experts in providing Bucks County Liquor Licenses for any type of business establishment. With our large network of lawyers and business entrepreneurs, we have the ability to offer select Bucks County liquor licenses that are solely available on our online auction platform. We can offer these alcohol licenses in Bucks County for an honest price. If you need a type of Bucks County alcohol license, ask us, and we will find one available for you to bid on in our real-time updated bidding platform.


There are eight steps to securing your alcohol license in Bucks County, and Liquor License Auctioneers can help you expedite the process. 


  1. Secure the location: Choose your business location. The business establishment must be either purchased, leased, or rented in your name.
  2. Select your liquor license: Determine the type of Bucks County liquor license you need based on your type of business. You’ll also need to choose which way you’ll be purchasing the alcohol license in Bucks County – either from the PLCB or an alcohol license broker such as Liquor License Auctioneers.
  3. Open your attorney trust account: This account will be used for all financial transactions associated with the purchase and transfer of the Bucks County liquor license ownership.
  4. Survey the location: You can hire a contractor to do an initial inspection of your business or use our qualified alcohol permit brokers to complete this step.
  5. Complete your PLCB Application: Fill out, sign, and date all documents related to applying for a Bucks County liquor license in Pennsylvania. Once you’ve completed the forms, you will need to set up an interview with a PLCB Investigator who will thoroughly review all documents as part of the PLCB Application.
  6. Post a Public Notice of Application: If the Bureau of Licensing chooses to approve your PLCB Application, you’ll be sent a Public Notice of Application (usually an orange notice). This notice must be promptly featured at the main door of your business location for at least 30 days. If the PLCB has not come to a final decision on if they will grant the Bucks County liquor license to you, you are required to keep the Public Notice of Application posted until they do.
  7. Submit to investigation: The PLCB Bureau of Licensing will send a contractor to your establishment to conduct a final inspection of the premises where you will sell alcohol.
  8. Receive the liquor license: If you passed all the seven prior steps with green flags, you’ll receive the official Bucks County liquor license in the mail from the PLCB. When you have the Bucks County alcohol permit, you must post it in your business.


Completing all eight steps outlined above will ensure that you’ve met Pennsylvania’s PLCB requirements for obtaining a Bucks County alcohol license. To ensure the process of procuring a Bucks County alcohol permit has no speed bumps along the way, check to see if your local municipal government has any requirements that must be met. See if there are any stipulations for receiving a Doylestown liquor license. 


At Liquor License Auctioneers, we understand that there is a lot of competition when it comes to purchasing liquor licenses in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our experienced staff of alcohol license brokers stands by our mission of providing Bucks County alcohol licenses on our auction platform at ethical prices. We deliver quality service to customers and will help them find the exact type of Bucks County liquor license they are looking for. See our online auction platform for Bucks County alcohol licenses, and buy one today for your business.

Bucks County liquor licenses

Liquor License Auctioneers was founded in 2012 by a former California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Investigator to provide a fair online bidding platform for liquor licenses in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Browse all Bucks County liquor licenses for sale on our unique online auction platform. Purchase a Bucks County alcohol license now. 

Contact Liquor License Auctioneers

The tedious process of securing a liquor license in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, can deter some entrepreneurs from attaining a Bucks County alcohol permit. Liquor License Auctioneers can pave the way for you, guiding you along the process with our knowledgeable staff of liquor license brokers. Please give us a call at 818.345.2226, or send us an email, and we’ll be happy to help you acquire a Bucks County alcohol license in a timely manner so you can begin selling or serving alcohol.