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Arizona Licensed Beverage Association (ALBA)...

...is dedicated to representing the interests of Arizona's licensed beverage retailers. The power of a formidable membership united in a common belief in the American Free Enterprise System and the rights of liquor licensees to protect their investments make possible benefits that cannot be achieved by individuals operating alone. Join Today!

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For retailers organizing five or more licensees at one place and at one time, an ALBA officer or director will arrange to meet anywhere in Arizona to personally answer questions and concerns regarding the licensed beverage industry.


For Info Call ALBA at 800-453-5232 or 602-285-1092

READ ALL ABOUT THE
NEW “GROWLER” LAW.

What’s a growler?

It’s 1: One who gripes, grouses, grumbles.
2: A container brought by a customer for beer.

The first definition of a growler has given way to the second after a new liquor law went into effect in early August allowing bars, restaurants and off-sale retailers to sell draft beer in containers “We were very successful this year at the Legislature,” said the president of the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association, Bill Weigele. “ALBA’s efforts produced many positive changes to the liquor laws, including the new growler law. Member support is critical in allowing us to work on behalf of licensees throughout the state.”
 
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Certification wise get all your ducks in order. There is nothing worse than being ready to go then finding out some of your staff is not trained properly or you’ve been so busy you discover you are not aware of issues that can make or break your business. Browse this informative re-designed websight and you will find all the info you need to be successful in the Arizona beverage industry.

CLICK HERE to read the Presidents Message on BAC and driving...
Bill Weigele, CEO ALBA and ABC
 

The Bird Cage Is Springing Up From the Ashes
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Prescott’s famed Bird Cage Saloon on historic Whiskey Row is rising reborn from the ashes of the fire that destroyed it on May 8, 2012. Over 12 months after the Whiskey Row fire that also claimed Pearl’s Place Café and the Prescott Food Market, the Bird Cage has come back to life just five doors south of the old location on Montezuma Street in what used to be the White Café. An official grand opening is to be held in July.

Click to read the follow up story.
 
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CHECK OUT AN ALBA SAFETY DVD. IT’S FREE
Contact your State Legislators
 
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Call ALBA at 602-285-1092 or 800-453-5232
for Printable coupon
 
Breaking News

 

 ALBA Instrumental In Huge
Modification Of Scottsdale Bar Ordinance

Last year ALBA was successful in prohibiting cities from discriminating against licensees by stopping the passing of legislation proposed by the League of Cities that would have increased fees applied to liquor establishments only. This would have impacted your business in a big way!  For more information on the League of Cities and how they want to control your business through a recently proposed resolution - CLICK HERE.

DLLC Fake ID Class Effective and Well-Attended
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As a no-charge educational service to the state’s licensees and their employees, the Departmentof Liquor Licenses and Control (DLLC), in cooperation with the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association (ALBA), held a Fake ID Training
Course on March 8 at the auditorium at the Department’s headquarters in Phoenix, 800 W. Washington Street.
Miller reminded licensees that the consequences of not having thorough measures in place to diligently card individuals are subject to three types of liabilities—criminal, administrative and civil—associated with violations of Title 4 liquor law.
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