TABC License and Permit Renewals
You can renew your license and permit through the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS), your online hub for doing TABC tasks.
How to Renew in AIMS
You may renew your license up to 30 days before the license expiration date. A business may also renew up to 30 days after the expiration date by paying a late fee. However, a business must stop licensed activities after the expiration date unless a renewal application with fees is pending with TABC. Businesses will not be able to submit renewals beyond 30 days past the license expiration date, and an original (new) application and fees must be submitted.
- Log in to your AIMS account. If you need help getting started, visit the How to Use AIMS page.
- If you have multiple business entities associated with your account, click on the button with the name of the entity that holds the license or permit you want to renew.
- Select the license or permit that requires a renewal application.
- From the dropdown menu, select Renewal and click the Take Action button.
- Follow the instructions to complete you your renewal, making sure any subordinate licenses you are trying to renew are also selected.
You can still submit your forms in person or by mail, but it’ll take longer to get your license. Get the forms you need on our Renew License and Permit Forms page.
Depending on where your business is located, your city or county may require you to pay a local fee for your TABC license or permit. This fee is separate from the state fee.
Before you renew, contact your local tax assessor-collector to make sure you’ve paid your local fees and taxes. You won’t be able to renew your license or permit until you pay all local fees and taxes.