The RACJ administers liquor licences for different establishments and functions in the province of Quebec

Alcohol Licences

Types of alcohol liquor licences:

 

Bar Licence

 

Club Licence

 

Restaurant Permit to serve

 

Restaurant Licence for sale

 

Grocery Store or Cider Vendor Licence

 

Wholesaler and Retailer Licence

 

Alcohol Permit: Olympic Park

 

Alcohol Licence: Terre des hommes

Contact us to help you determine which licence addresses your needs.

Manufacturer

Different permits allow for the manufacture and distribution of alcoholic beverages:

 

Artisanal Production Permit – spirits

 

Beer Producer

 

Artisanal Producers Cooperative – spirits

 

Brewers –beer products

 

Beer Dispenser Licence – distribute, sell and deliver beer

 

Distillers – spirits

 

Wine Producer

 

Cider Manufacturer

 

Warehouse – to store the produced products

 

Contact us for help with your Manufacturer Licence.

Meeting Permit

Meeting Permit – Business:

 

Permits an organization to sell/serve purchased alcoholic beverages at an external event.

 

Meeting Permit:

 

Permits the sale/serving of purchased alcoholic beverages outside of a residence.

A Liquor Licence comes with great responsibility and accountability

Protect your legal-age customers from alcohol overindulgence – it is your right to refuse the sale of additional alcoholic beverages to an intoxicated patron.

 

Comply with RACJ Inspectors and Police Officer inspections.

 

Kindly turn away intoxicated persons from entering your premises.

 

Ensure your staff is trained and certified to serve alcohol.

 

…and many more.

Your Obligations

Theirs is to ensure you are protecting your customers from alcohol overindulgence through inspection of your premise, liquor acquisition and financial operations; identifying underaged patrons, among others.

 

Inspections can be conducted by either an RACJ Inspector or Police Officer to ensure compliance with The Liquor Licence Act (LLA) or the Liquor Licence Regulations (LLR).

 

Can recommend and/or lay charges in violation of The Liquor Licence Act (LLA).

RACJ Obligations