Category: ‘Important Notifications’

License Renewals Beginning April 1, 2019

An email from the Coty Shadowens, TABC.  April 5, 2019 Good afternoon, In April 2018 TABC licensees were asked to submit an application through the new online Regulatory Licensing Permitting System (“RLPS”) system indicating that the submission was a renewal and including the licensee’s historical license number. Those applications were processed and licensees received a […] Read more

Sunday Wine Sales Are Here

Beginning Sunday, January 6, 2019 all Retail Food Stores can begin selling wine on Sunday! Store can begin selling at 10:00 AM regardless of the local ordinance. Keep in mind, if local ordinance is 12:00 PM on Sunday, you cannot sell beer until 12:00 PM. See more on the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission website

The TABC launches the online Regulatory Licensing and Permitting System (RLPS)

Here is the notice from the TABC regarding the new online Regulatory Licensing and Permitting System (RLPS): The TABC is excited to announce the launch of the Regulatory Licensing and Permitting System (RLPS) on January 22, 2018. RLPS will allow the agency to more efficiently process licenses and permits, but we will need your help. […] Read more

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Compliance Check Urban Myths

The stories run amuck when it comes to compliance checks and who’s friend heard from somebody that someone got “busted” for… First, the TABC is not going to do something that costs them time with no results. They have specific rules and regulations that govern what can and cannot happen with the underage buyer and […] Read more

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TABC Leadership Changes & Licensing

The changes in TABC leadership will cause minor hiccups in processing applications for Server Permits and Licenses. All of these documents must contain an official signature so offices are waiting for the new stamp containing the acting Directors signature. This should happen today, Wednesday, March 30 but until it does even those walking into the TABC […] Read more

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Pre-Stock Wine Bill passes

House Bill 2586, the wine “pre-stock” bill, passed the House of Representatives Tuesday night, March 30. It is on its way to the governor’s desk for a signature! This means Tennesseans will be able to purchase wine from their favorite food store come July 1!

Director Keith Bell Resigns from TABC

Late Thursday, March 24, Keith Bell resigned from the TABC. Keith Bell was a controversial leader from day one but worked very hard to normalize an agency in trouble. Keith made existing rules apply to all, changed the rules that were outdated, and created an atmosphere for the Distillery Industry to grow. Granted, some rules were harsh but […] Read more

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