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TABC offices will be closed for business on Monday, September 5, 2016 in celebration of the Labor Day.
The latest version of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's Strategic Plan is now available. The plan, which covers fiscal years 2017-2021, outlines the agency's six goals which support the statewide objectives set by state leaders. Individual action items and completion dates associated with those goals offer a glimpse into the concentrated efforts of TABC to target at-risk businesses, integrate new technologies, increase efficiencies in the licensing process and meet the growing demands of the alcoholic beverage industry. View the Strategic Plan.
Due to legislative changes and our constant goal for improvement, our original application forms have been updated. If you have any questions regarding the updated forms please contact your local TABC office or email Licensing.
Regarding the obligation of a TABC license or permit holder to verify the License to Carry a handgun (LTC) of a person in possession of a handgun on a TABC-licensed premise:
All in-state manufacturing tier excise tax forms have been updated to collect compliance sales totals set forth in statute by the Texas Legislature. All in-state manufacturing tier members must utilize these new forms beginning calendar year 2016 for the monthly tax reports submitted to TABC. The new forms along with a letter explaining the changes can be found on the Excise Tax Forms page. Please contact the Excise Tax Division at 512-206-3422 or your local TABC Audit and Investigations Regional Office with any questions.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission was named the 2015 Agency of the Year by the National Liquor Law Enforcement Association. Read more about the award.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is working with the U.S. Postal Inspectors to investigate a suspected extortion scam involving TABC-licensed/permitted businesses across the state. Read the press release about the suspected extortion scam.
Based on legislation passed during the 84th Legislature, updates have been made to the Alcoholic Beverage Code. Please review and search all Code revisions and the updated Index!
Due to legislative changes and our constant goal for improvement, our renewal application forms have been updated. If you do not renew online or have not received a preprinted renewal form you can find the Licensing renewal forms here.
TABC is now offering online label approvals for Texas and out-of state brewers, brewpubs, non-resident sellers, wineries and distillers. Read the press release about the new online label approval system.
V-Box is a virtual mailbox which can be utilized by insurance companies, bond companies and financial institutions representing current license and permit holders. Learn more about V-Box.
TABC has implemented online renewals for all license and permit types. You can read more about the Online Renewal system here.
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