Article - Alcoholic Beverages
(a) In this section, “assisted living program” has the meaning stated in § 19–1801 of the Health – General Article.
(b) There is a Class ALP (assisted living program) beer, wine, and liquor license.
(c) (1) The Board may issue the license to a manager of an assisted living program that:
(i) is licensed by the Department of Human Services under § 19–1804.1 of the Health – General Article; and
(ii) may be operated under a management agreement.
(2) The Board may issue a maximum of five Class ALP licenses to a person.
(d) The license authorizes the license holder to:
(1) provide beer and wine for on–premises consumption by a resident or a guest of a resident of the assisted living program; and
(2) (i) store liquor that has been purchased by a resident in a secure locker that is accessible only to individuals at least 21 years old;
(ii) prepare mixed drinks using liquor that has been purchased by a resident and mixers provided by the resident or license holder; and
(iii) serve liquor that has been purchased by a resident, or a mixed drink that is prepared using a resident’s liquor, to a resident or guest of a resident for on–premises consumption.
(e) The license holder may provide or serve beer, wine, and liquor for on–premises consumption on Monday through Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. the following day.
(f) (1) The license holder shall require each individual who serves beer, wine, or liquor on the premises to hold a certificate of completion from an approved alcohol awareness program as described in § 4–505 of this article.
(2) An employee of the assisted living program who is at least 18 years old may serve alcoholic beverages or assist in preparing mixed drinks.
(g) The annual license fee is $3,500.