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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 ABOUT THE “GROWLER” LAW CHANGE.

   
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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...will be updated monthly, with facts and new information about our industry that I think will be of interest to all licensees. This month is my appeal to you to be a member of the only retail organization that continually lobbies for your protection thus insuring that your ability to conduct your legal business continues unobstructed. ALBA can only do these things with your help. Please keep your membership current. A portion of your dues is applied to our lobby effort if you indicate and direct them to be.
CLICK HERE to read the Presidents Message on Straight Talk About Our Membership...
Bill Weigele, CEO ALBA and ABC
 
 
         
 

 

We’re hearing your objections about the costs to you
as a retailer, including such matters as case break
prices and delivery charges and channel pricing.

We’re listening! We’ve heard your complaints at the Arizona Licensed Beverage Association about the difference in wholesale product pricing to places like Costco and what you pay for the same products as an on-sale retailer.

Here’s where ALBA stands on this channel pricing matter and what we’re doing on your behalf to arrive at some resolution: Click to read more.

 
   
LINKS TO LIQUOR LAW EDUCATION, FREE SAFETY DVD & DISCOUNTS
   
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
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Responding to a greater need ALBA now makes available...
Title 4 Liquor Law Training
Through the reputable, DLLC approved trainers of the Arizona Business Council For Alcohol Education.
 
 

New Credentialing Means New Legal Forms Of  I.D.


The Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) will be transitioning to a statewide Central Credential Issuance (CCI) process and introducing a redesigned driver license, instruction permit and identification card. Under the new CCI process, customers will no longer be issued a permanent card. A temporary form will be issued that will be valid for 30 days. Details of the "Acceptable Forms of ID.pdf" document compiled by the DLLC are at this link !
 
A new full-color updated Legal Forms of ID is available for purchase at The Arizona Business Council for Alcohol Education website http://www.bcae.com/literature.htm
 
For a link to a the document for the Arizona revised statutes Senate Bill 1397 Click Here.
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