Value of Labor Position Statement

This is in response to your letter, dated November 9, 2017, wherein you request a statement of position from the State of Colorado, Department of Revenue, Liquor Enforcement Division (the “Division”) pursuant to Regulation 47-200, 1 CCR 203-2.

Transfers – Wholesaler Confirmation

LED Bulletin 17-06

The Liquor Enforcement Division (“LED”) has received a number of inquiries concerning regulation 47-305. Transfers - Wholesaler Confirmation and the implementation for Local Licensing Authorities (LLA).


LED Bulletin 17-05

The Liquor Enforcement Division (“LED”) has received a number of inquiries regarding ordering and delivery of alcohol beverages by or on behalf of licensees permitted to engage in such deliveries, particularly when such ordering and delivery services are provided through the use of third-party e-commerce platforms, such as internet sites or mobile device applications (“Third-Party Platforms”). This Bulletin is intended to provide guidance regarding permissible and prohibited practices related to ordering and delivery services under applicable Colorado statutes and rules, including through the use of Third Party Platforms.

Fees for Art Gallery and Bed & Breakfast Permits

LED Bulletin 17-04

The Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division (LED) recently conducted a review of all liquor fees and permits issued by both local and state licensing authorities. During the review, an error was discovered in the state application/license and local license fees for an art gallery permit and bed and breakfast permit.

Special Event Permits Issued on a Liquor Licensed Premises

LED Bulletin 17-03

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.