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Class E Licence (Liquor Manufacturing)

This class of licence must be obtained to manufacture liquor in Alberta. Examples are distilleries, wineries, breweries, and brew pubs:
PDF Obtaining a Class E Licence

The holder of a Class A licence may also apply for this licence for a brew pub to brew beer within the same building:
PDF Obtaining a Class E (Brew Pub) Licence

A cottage winery is a facility that manufactures wine for sale through the AGLC and for off sales to the general public at the orchard/winery (farm gate) or honey farm site. The licence authorizes the licensee to sell wine manufactured in the licensed premises only:
PDF Obtaining a Class E (Cottage Winery) Licence

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