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Wine License Application/Renewal Process
IIf you currently hold a license for your establishment, you will be mailed a renewal application. If you do not receive a renewal application by November 1st, contact the Aitkin County Auditor’s Office at 218-927-7354. Your current license expires December 31st at midnight.
If you are applying for a new Liquor License for your establishment, contact the Auditor’s office for an application packet.
PLEASE READ THE APPLICATION THOROUGHLY
Signature of Applicant, this should be the owner’s name or president’s name if a partnership or corporation.
If you need assistance with the County Sheriff’s signature and County Attorney’s signature, we will help you.
The fee amount for a Wine License can be obtained at the County Auditor's office, payment must accompany the application.
Consent of Town Board
Town Board approval; contact Town Clerk immediately to be placed on their agenda; Town Board approval required prior to returning to us.
Complete all lines required.
List Applicant’s Name and Business Name as on Application. If you have coverage, complete all information that is requested.
Signature and date.
STATE OF MINNESOTA LICENSE APPLICANT INFORMATION
Complete all information, personal information if sole ownership; or contact person information if partnership or corporation is license holder. Must have applicant/president’s date of birth.
Business Information premise information for establishment to be licensed.
APPLICATION FOR RETAILER’S (BUYER) CARD FOR LIQUOR OR WINE
Complete and send along with $20 fee to the address on the top of the form.
CERTIFICATE OF LIQUOR LIABILITY INSURANCE
The name on the insurance certificate must match exactly with the Applicant Name on the application. Coverage term of current date to December 31st to coincide with the license period. Certificate to be in favor of Aitkin County, not Liquor Control.
AFFIDAVIT AS TO SALES
Complete if sales are less than $25,000.
REQUEST TO SELL INTOXICATING MALT LIQUOR IN CONJUNCTION WITH ON-SALE 3.2 BEER AND ON-SALE WINE LICENSE
Complete if requesting to sell Intoxicating Malt Liquor (Strong Beer) in conjunction with Wine License.
Must have Liquor Liability Insurance.
Upon receipt of all completed documents, the Auditor’s
Office will submit the application to the County Board of Commissioners
for approval and the State Liquor Control Board for approval. Please allow
All forms must be processed and a license issued prior to selling wine products.