Distillery Licenses in Pennsylvania
Harrisburg Liquor Licensing Lawyers Helping You Remain Compliant
When you are building your business, the only things you should have to worry about are how to make the best possible product and how to get it to your customers. The minutiae of licensing laws should not distract you from that goal. By choosing Scaringi Law to represent your distillery, you can bring in a team that functions like an extension of your own business, advising as general counsel or on specific issues as you see fit and leaving you free to handle the aspects that mean the most to you.
Whether you are looking to open a distillery and share a new product with the PA area, or are an existing entity who wants highly qualified legal counsel to ensure your operation is compliant, our Harrisburg distillery licensing attorneys can help.
Between federal and Pennsylvania state law, all of the following may be required of your distillery to run legally:
- PA license to manufacture, transport, and store spirits.
- License to own and operate the distillery itself as well as the distilling equipment.
- When applicable, license to manufacture distilled ethanol fuel.
Not sure how to begin? Call our team today at (717) 775-7195 to learn more about the services we offer!
Cutting through the Legal Issues with Decisive Skill
Because the brewing and distilling industries are so highly regulated, it can be extremely difficult to navigate the complex laws surrounding them. Fortunately, our team is led by Attorney Frank C. Sluzis, who spent time as the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s Chief Prosecutor. Attorney Sluzis understands the issues relating to licensing completely, and can help our clients make the right decisions for their business.
Some of the types of licenses available include:
- Plenary, limited, or supplementary limited distillery
- Plenary, limited, or restricted brewery
Let Our Team Help Your Business Flourish
Scaringi Law is a member of the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association and publishes “The Restaurant and Bar Law Reporter,” which provides the latest on legislative decisions, changes to regulatory policies, and relevant court decisions to those who hold liquor licenses. Regardless of what kind of legal counsel your distillery requires, you can rest assured that we give all of our clients the attentive, dedicated service they deserve.
Call our Harrisburg distillery license lawyers today at (717) 775-7195 to schedule a consultation. Take advantage of our uniquely qualified team so you can run your business with one less worry!