There are several different types of liquor licenses:
- Beer and wine
- Hotel and restaurant
- Hotel and restaurant with optional premises
- Special events permit
- Brew Pub License
- Bed and Breakfast Permit
Liquor-licensed drugstore means any drugstore licensed by the state board of pharmacy that has also applied for and has been granted a license by the state licensing authority to sell malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors in original sealed containers for consumption off the premises.
Restaurant means an establishment, provided with special space, sanitary kitchen and dining room equipment, and persons to prepare, cook, and serve meals, where, in consideration of payment, meals, drinks and candies are furnished to guests.
Retail liquor store means an establishment engaged only in the sale of malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors and soft drinks and mixers, all in sealed containers for consumption off the premises.
Tavern means an establishment serving malt, vinous, and spirituous liquors in which the principal business is the sale of such beverages at retail for consumption on the premises and where sandwiches and light snacks are available for consumption on the premises.
For specific licensing requirements, refer to Title V, Chapter 14 of the Westminster Municipal Code.