Retail Dealer

These guidelines will help you complete the State of Georgia Retail License application online using the Georgia Tax Center website.


Required Documents

  • Copy of Local License
    • If a local license has not been received prior to applying for the state license, a copy of the application for the local license or a letter from the local licensing authority stating that an application has been received may be uploaded during the initial process.
    • The local license must be submitted within 30 days of the application submission date.
    • Applications with local licenses not received within the 30 day time period will be rejected.
  • Power of Attorney (if applicable)
  • Citizenship Affidavit along with secure and verifiable documents, i.e. government issued photo ID. (requires notarization)

How to Apply

Step-by-step directions on how to apply for a Retail Dealer Alcohol License.

Fee

Retail Dealer License Fee

 

A Retailer or Retail Dealer is, except as to distilled spirits, any person who sells alcoholic beverages, malt beverages and/or wine, either in unbroken packages only at retail, to consumers and not for resale.