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July 16, 2024

Agenda posted for July 23 commission meeting

You're invited to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's next regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, July 23, at 10:30 a.m. CT. Watch or listen live from your internet browser by using the video player at the bottom of the Agency Meetings page.  You can also attend this meeting at our Austin headquarters in the Commission Meeting Room. Attendees can address the commission during a time set aside for public comment. For in-person public comment, register when you attend the meeting. For virtual public comment, the sign-up link will open on the Agency Meetings page on Monday, July 22, from 9 a.m. to noon CDT.

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July 11, 2024

Stakeholder meeting on TABC Winery Permit Study set for July 18

Join Executive Director Thomas W. Graham to discuss the agency’s draft Winery Permit Study at a TABC stakeholder meeting on Thursday, July 18, 2024, 10-11 a.m. CT.  You may attend in person at TABC's Austin HQ in the Commission Meeting Room or attend virtually using Zoom.  

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May 22, 2024

TABC issues emergency order suspending Fort Worth bar’s permit following two deadly shootings

AUSTIN — The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has issued an emergency order suspending the liquor permit of a Fort Worth bar for 60 days following multiple deadly shootings that left two people dead. El Gallito Copeton Night Club, located on 3202 N. Main Street in Fort Worth, was served with the 60-day emergency order by TABC on May 21. The suspension will remain in place for 60 days effective immediately, and the bar may not sell or serve alcohol during the suspension. A hearing to affirm, amend, or set aside the order will be held with the State Office of Administrative Hearings on May 31. The first shooting occurred at the business on May 12, resulting in the death of one man. One week later on May 19, a second man was shot and killed on the premises. The bar holds a Mixed Beverage Permit (MB) and Late Hours Certificate (LH). Section 11.614 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code authorizes TABC to suspend a business’s license or permit for up to 90 days if it’s believed that the business’s continued operation could pose a risk to public safety. “TABC has a responsibility to ensure that its licensed and permitted businesses have no role in causing threats to public safety,” TABC Executive Director Thomas Graham said. “This emergency order of suspension will help prevent additional risks to public safety from occurring at the business while investigators continue their work on this case.” The case remains under investigation by TABC and the Fort Worth Police Department. MEDIA CONTACT: Juan Rodriguez TABC Communications  

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May 6, 2024

Agenda posted for May 14 commission meeting

A regular meeting of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is scheduled for Tuesday, May 14, 2024, at 10:30 a.m. Central time.

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April 1, 2024

Compliance reporting deadline extended to May 31

You must conduct and file a compliance report (i.e., self-inspection) for each of your TABC licenses and permits listed above between Jan. 1 and March 31 each year. Failure to timely file your report(s) could result in a warning, fine, or the inability to renew your license or permit. However, TABC is extending the deadline to May 31 this year as businesses are conducting their reports within the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS) for the first time, and certain license/permit holders could not access the new compliance reporting feature initially. Some users also needed more time to set up their accounts properly for the compliance reporting feature. All licensed and permitted premises in Texas should begin conducting compliance reports now — including Package Store Permit (P), Wine and Malt Beverage Retailer's Permit (BG), or Brewer's License (BW) with subordinate permits such as a Local Cartage Permit, Brewpub License, Late Hours Certificate, and more. If you have already completed and submitted an annual compliance report for each of your licensed and permitted locations in Texas this year, thank you! No further action is needed.

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