Clark County, Nevada amended its Liquor Code on Tuesday September 4, 2018 when the County Board of Commissioners approved an ordinance making various changes to the Clark County Liquor Code facilitating retail liquor operations. We have been working with Clark County representatives on these changes for several years and are pleased that the new laws
Nevada seems a natural fit for craft breweries. However, the craft beer scene has been slow to evolve. Visitors are pushing for more beer diversity, asking for local brews. Crain’s Las Vegas has more on the story here.
Nevada Liquor Law – 2017 Legislative Update – New Nevada law pertaining to distilleries, craft breweries and brew pubs.
In the recent 2017 Session, the Nevada Legislature enacted two bills that present changes and new opportunities for Nevada’s alcohol industry. These bills include Senate Bill 199 and Assembly Bill 431. “Estate Distilleries” Nevada law currently allows for the operation of craft distilleries, which are establishments authorized to manufacture and sell distilled spirits made from
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that while new Nevada recreational marijuana legislation gives state licensed liquor wholesalers first right to act as marijuana distributors, few are showing a serious desire to do so. The role of the federal government’s TTB in licensing and regulating state licensed liquor wholesalers seems to be a factor.
Robot bartenders selling liquor have arrived in Las Vegas! We have had a number of inquiries over the years as to how a Nevada liquor retailer could provide automated on-sale liquor to customers. While the use of vending machines or self service taps can be tricky, this service by Las Vegas business Robotic Innovations is
On January 10, 2017 the Clark County, Nevada Department of Business License proposed a number of changes to its liquor code. The proposed changes are: Allowing for sale of “growlers” from certain package licensees Allowing restaurant floor plan flexibility by allowing a business to submit a security plan rather than mandatory physical barriers between bars
A recent article in the Las Vegas Review Journal discusses trends in Nevada’s liquor industry. Business seems to be increasing in all categories. The article also includes a nice summary of Nevada winery law, which is quickly evolving after new legislation was enacted in 2015. The full article is at the link: Click Here
Nevada cities and counties are responsible for issuing retail liquor licenses, and the application process varies from one municipality to another. For the Las Vegas area, the application process is different for the cities of North Las Vegas, the City of Las Vegas, Boulder City, Henderson County, and Clark County. So depending on the