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(a) A golf course license authorizes the licensee to sell beer and wine on licensed premises located on a golf course.
(b) A license may be issued only if
(1) an application is approved by the local governing body and the board;
(2) the applicant does not hold a beverage dispensary license or a restaurant or eating place license; this paragraph does not apply to an applicant who holds a beverage dispensary license or a restaurant or eating place license if the license was acquired by transfer from a licensee under AS 04.11.280.
(c) The biennial license fee is $400. The license fee and application fee must accompany the application for the license. An application must include a drawing of the golf course. A sample minimum food menu must accompany the application.
(d) Food similar to that listed in the sample menu must be available during times when beer and wine are sold, served, and consumed on the licensed premises.
(e) A golf course license may not be transferred or relocated.
(f) In this section,
(1) “golf course” means a course, having at least nine holes and covering at least 2,950 yards, that is open to the public; and
(2) “licensed premises” includes buildings located on the golf course or a vending cart designed to carry beverages or food located on the golf course.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages § 04.11.115. Golf course license - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-4-alcoholic-beverages/ak-st-sect-04-11-115/
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