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You must have a liquor license in conjunction with a cabaret license.
Public hearings are required before obtaining a new liquor license, a transfer of location, cabaret or a modification to building premises.&
View the Schedule of Public Hearings.
All documents submitted for renewal, including Colorado State applications, must be submitted to the Denver Department of Excise and Licenses.
No paperwork should be sent back to the Colorado State offices.
The policies and procedures pertaining to liquor and 3.2 beer licenses of the Department of Excise and Licenses have been written to interpret and implement the state statutes and municipal ordinances.
They set forth the standard practices of the Department for informational and guidance purposes only and may be modified or adapted in the discretion of the Director of the Department, as required to address particular matters and to the extent permitted by law.
EL Liquor 3 2 Beer and Cabaret Policies
500 Foot Rule Six Month Report
All documents should be submitted in duplicate.
Where to Submit . . . Submit completed application forms to the Department of Excise and Licenses.
Denver Revised Municipal Code
Chapter 6 - Alcohol
Fees: Chapter 32
and Beer Laws