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Article - Alcoholic Beverages




§25–1604.

    (a)    This section applies only to Kensington.

    (b)    Except as otherwise provided in this section, the Board may issue, renew, approve the transfer of, and otherwise provide for:

        (1)    a 2–day on–sale beer and wine license or a 2–day on–sale beer, wine, and liquor license to a person holding an event between the hours of 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. for which the town has issued a permit on property owned or controlled by the town or on private commercially zoned property;

        (2)    beer and wine tasting (BWT) licenses, as provided in § 25–1306 of this title;

        (3)    in accordance with subsection (c) of this section, a Class A–K beer and wine license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer or wine for off–premises consumption;

        (4)    a Class B–K beer and wine license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer or wine at a hotel or restaurant, at the place described in the license, for on– and off–premises consumption;

        (5)    a Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer, wine, and liquor at a hotel or restaurant, at the place described in the license for on– and off–premises consumption;

        (6)    in accordance with § 25–903 of this title, a Class BD–BWL beer, wine, and liquor license;

        (7)    a Class C beer and wine license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer and wine, at the place described in the license, to members of a private social club and guests of members, for on–premises consumption;

        (8)    a Class D–K beer license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer, at the place described in the license, for on– and off–premises consumption;

        (9)    a Class D–K beer and wine license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer and wine, at the place described in the license, for on– and off–premises consumption;

        (10)    a Class H beer and wine license that authorizes the license holder to sell beer and wine at a hotel or restaurant, at the place described in the license, for on–premises consumption;

        (11)    in accordance with § 4–1102 of this article, the consumption of wine not purchased from the license holder on a licensed premises;

        (12)    in accordance with § 4–1103 of this article, the removal of a partially consumed bottle of wine from a licensed premises;

        (13)    in accordance with § 25–1002 of this title, a beauty salon license;

        (14)    in accordance with § 25–1005 of this title, a continuing care retirement community license;

        (15)    in accordance with § 25–1007 of this title, a country club license;

        (16)    in accordance with § 25–1009 of this title, a fraternal/sororal/service organization license;

        (17)    in accordance with § 25–1014 of this title, a veterans’ organization or club license;

        (18)    in accordance with § 25–1103 of this title, a refillable container permit for draft beer for a Class D–K license; and

        (19)    in accordance with § 25–1104 of this title, a refillable container permit for wine for a Class D–K license.

    (c)    (1)    Subject to paragraph (2) of this subsection, the Board may issue, in aggregate, not more than 20 Class A–K (off–sale) beer and wine licenses.

        (2)    The Board, by majority vote, may issue one additional Class A–K beer and wine license if there is:

            (i)    a public hearing before the town council; and

            (ii)    a subsequent request made by the town council.

        (3)    A Class A–K beer and wine license holder may sell beer and wine for off–premises consumption Monday through Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    (d)    (1)    A Class 9 limited distillery license may be issued to a Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license holder.

        (2)    Not more than four Class 9 limited distillery licenses, in aggregate, may be issued.

        (e)    The annual license fee for each class of license is equal to the fee required by the county for a comparable license.

    (f)    The holder of a Class B–K beer and wine license, a Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license, or a Class H beer and wine license shall maintain average daily receipts from the sale of food, not including carryout food, of at least 40% of the overall average daily receipts.

    (g)    The Board may issue, in aggregate, not more than 20 licenses from among the following types:

        (1)    a Class B–K beer and wine license;

        (2)    a Class B–K beer, wine, and liquor license;

        (3)    a Class BD–BWL license;

        (4)    a Class C beer and wine license;

        (5)    a Class D–K beer license;

        (6)    a Class D–K beer and wine license; and

        (7)    a Class H beer and wine license.

    (h)    A license holder whose licensed premises is located in the Town of Kensington may not, on a front, rear, side, door, or window of the building of the licensed premises, place a sign or other display that advertises alcoholic beverages in a publicly visible location.



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