Off-Sale 3.2% Malt Liquor License
Issued to general food stores and drug stores and permit the sale of 3.2 percent malt liquor at retail in the original package for consumption off the premises only.
Following submittal of the required documents, the request will be presented to the City Council for review and approval. City Council meetings are held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month, except in December when there is only one meeting held on the second Monday.
Submit the following at least 30 days prior to the desired City Council meeting date:
- Application Form for On and Off-Sale 3.2% Malt Liquor License
- Personal History Form (Part II)*
*A Personal History Form must be filled out by each individual, partner, or officer in the corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship, AND the designated Operating Manager of the restaurant where intoxicating liquor will be sold. This information is used to conduct criminal history, outstanding warrants, and driving record investigations on the applicant.
- Certificate of Compliance Minnesota Workers' Compensation Law Form
- Employee Training Form*
*City Code requires that all employees be trained about liquor laws before they begin work and annually thereafter.
- Detailed floor plan of the space
- $250 payable to the City of Chanhassen for Background Investigations
If the license is approved by the City Council, the following must be submitted:
- Certificate of Insurance indicating liquor liability, general liability, and workers compensation insurance. The liquor liability insurance must meet minimum state requirements and have an expiration date of April 30 (license term runs May 1 through April 30 annually) OR contain the phrase "Coverage is continuous until cancelled." The City of Chanhassen must be named as an additional insured and the trade name (DBA) and physical address of the business must be shown on the certificate.
- Annual License Fee of $58 payable to the City of Chanhassen.
- Completed Buyer's Card Application and a $20 check made payable to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Once these documents are received, they will be sent to the State of Minnesota, Department of Public Safety, Liquor Control Division for final review.