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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 33, INTOXICATING LIQUORS

    Chapter 1:

      Section: 33:1-11: Class B alcoholic licenses; subdivisions, classifications; fees.

          
33:1-11. Class B licenses shall be subdivided and classified as follows:

Plenary wholesale license. 1. The holder of this license shall be entitled, subject to rules and regulations, to sell and distribute alcoholic beverages to retailers and wholesalers licensed in accordance with this chapter, and to sell and distribute without this State to any persons pursuant to the laws of the places of such sale and distribution, and to maintain a warehouse and salesroom; provided, however, that the delivery of such alcoholic beverages by the holder of this license to retailers licensed under this Title shall be from inventory in a warehouse located in New Jersey which is operated under a plenary wholesale license. The fee for this license shall be $8,750.

Limited wholesale license. 2a. The holder of this license shall be entitled, subject to rules and regulations, to sell and distribute brewed malt alcoholic beverages and naturally fermented wines to retailers and wholesalers licensed in accordance with this chapter, and to sell and distribute without this State to any persons pursuant to the laws of the places of such sale and distribution, and to maintain a warehouse and salesroom. The fee for this license shall be $1,875.

Wine wholesale license. 2b. The holder of this license shall be entitled, subject to rules and regulations, to sell and distribute any naturally fermented, treated, blended, fortified and sparkling wines to retailers and wholesalers licensed in accordance with this chapter, and to sell and distribute without this State to any persons pursuant to the laws of the places of such sale and distribution, and to maintain a warehouse and salesroom; provided, however, that the delivery of such wines by the holder of this license to retailers licensed under this Title shall be from inventory in a warehouse located in New Jersey which is operated under a wine wholesale license. The fee for this license shall be $3,750.

State beverage distributor's license. 2c.(1) The holder of this license shall be entitled, subject to rules and regulations, to sell and distribute unchilled, brewed, malt alcoholic beverages in original containers only, in quantities of not less than 144 fluid ounces and chilled draught malt alcoholic beverages in kegs, barrels or other similar containers of at least one fluid gallon in capacity, to retailers licensed in accordance with this chapter, and to sell and distribute without this State to any person pursuant to the laws of the places of such sale and distribution, and to maintain a warehouse and salesroom. The holder of this license may sell unchilled, brewed, malt alcoholic beverages in original containers only, in quantities of not less than 144 fluid ounces and chilled draught malt alcoholic beverages in kegs, barrels or other similar containers of at least 7.75 fluid gallons in capacity, at retail; provided, however, that such sales shall be made only for consumption off the licensed premises. This license shall not be issued to any person holding a plenary or limited brewery license, nor shall it be issued to any person directly or indirectly interested in any brewery within or without this State. This license shall not be issued for premises in or upon which any retail business, except the sale of malt alcoholic beverages and nonalcoholic beverages, is carried on. The fee for this license shall be $1,031.

(2) After the effective date of P.L.1995, c. 309 any license issued or transferred pursuant to this subsection for a premises located in a municipality in a county of the fifth or sixth class shall be limited to prohibit retail sales.

(3) The holder of a license issued pursuant to this subsection shall not be entitled to sell malt alcoholic beverages at retail as provided in paragraph (1) of this subsection, at hours of the day or on days of the week during which sales by holders of plenary retail distributors licenses are prohibited in the municipality in which the licensed premises is located or in a municipality which, in accordance with the provisions of this title, prohibits all retail sales of wine and malt alcoholic beverages in original bottle or can containers.

The provisions of section 22 of P.L.2003 , c.117 amendatory of this section shall apply to licenses issued or transferred on or after July 1, 2003, and to license renewals commencing on or after July 1, 2003.

Amended 1942, c.158; 1954, c.26, s.2; 1964, c.170; 1970, c.78, s.2; 1976, c.44, s.2; 1982, c.166, s.1; 1995, c.309; 2003, c.117, s.22.



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