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Baltimore County to fast-track approvals for bar, restaurant alcohol delivery

TOWSON, MD—In order to ensure that local businesses impacted by Maryland’s closure of bars and restaurants can continue to support employees and provide service, Baltimore County has announced a decision to temporarily allow establishments to deliver alcoholic beverages to citizens in the county.

To be granted this privilege, establishments must:

  • Hold a Class A, B, or D license, and
  • Have no prior convictions of selling to an underage person in the past 3 years.

Establishments that meet these criteria must send an email requesting delivery rights to liquorboard@baltimorecountymd.gov and Baltimore County will grant formal written approval.

Establishments must adhere to Rule 9 of the Licensed Premises of the Board’s Rules and Regulations.

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Establishments with questions can visit the Board of Liquor License Commissioners page or contact the Baltimore County Liquor Board at 410-887-3191 to learn more.

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