Special event permits are a very useful tool for non-profits to assist with raising funds for their entity. In the last 2 years, the Liquor Enforcement Division (LED) has provided training to liquor licensees and non-profit entities on the proper use and function of a special event permit. The LED issued Bulletin 16-08 concerning the use of donated alcohol for use at a special event permit and other non-profit events held on a liquor licensed premises. Most special event permits (“SEP”) are issued to a premises that does not have a liquor license, but section 12-48-103(2)(a), C.R.S. allows for an SEP to be issued on the following liquor licensed premises: limited winery, club, arts, art gallery and a wine festival permit. This bulletin is being published to provide guidance for the use of a SEP issued on one of these premises.