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South Carolina regulates alcoholic beverage commerce through a three-tiered distribution and licensing structure that strictly separates manufacturing, wholesaling, and retailing interests into distinct tiers of operation. Under this three-tier system,
licenses issued under Title 61 are generally divided into the following categories:
Read more on beer and wine,
liquor, and how to stay compliant when
operating an ABL business.
Most businesses will follow the steps below when applying for a renewal. Find more answers to frequently asked questions about the licensing process on our
Licenses page or see how to renew a license in our YouTube video.
Manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers can click on a listing below for more information on filing and paying taxes for:
Beer, wine, and malt products can be registered online at:
productregistrationonline.comLiquor brands must be submitted by paper using the Application for Liquor Brand Registration (ABL-107A).
Our Events & Festivals Guide is designed to help hosts, promoters, and vendors understand their tax obligations and licensing requirements for their upcoming events.