Alcohol/Beverage Licenses & Permits
The State of Wisconsin requires all persons who vend, sell, deal or traffic intoxicating liquors or fermented malt beverages to be licensed with their local government. The purpose of alcohol licensing in the State of Wisconsin is to better ensure the public health and welfare of Wisconsin residents.
As a result, anyone who vends, sells, deals or traffics any alcoholic beverages within Village limits, in any amount, is required to first obtain a license from the Village of McFarland. (See Wisconsin Statutes §125 and Title 7, Chapter 2 of the Village Code of Ordinances)
Important Dates to Remember
April 10th – All application forms for the renewal of alcohol licenses must be completed and submitted to the Clerk.
June 24 – Last day for licenses to be picked up and paid for by 4:00 p.m. at the Village Hall/Administration Office.
July 1 – New licensing year officially begins. All licenses issued for the previous license year are now expired.
Go to the Wisconsin Department of Revenue for licensing forms and information for establishments as well as information on approved classes for individuals wanting to become licensed operators.