Non-Beverage User License and Permit
Differences between the non-beverage permit and the non-beverage user license are defined below.
- Handbook for Non-Beverage Alcohol Users Permits & Licenses
- Liquor License Information Brochure (ABC-899)
Non-Beverage User License
A non-beverage user means any manufacturer of products containing alcohol or wine in:
- Patent and proprietary medicines;
- Medicinal, antiseptic and toilet preparations;
- Flavoring extracts, syrups and food products;
- Scientific, industrial and chemical products; or,
- Scientific, chemical, experimental or mechanical purposes.
A non-beverage user includes all laboratories using alcohol for non-beverage purposes.
The non-beverage user license allows the licensee to make multiple purchases of alcohol or wine for specific quantities and use during the term of the license.
To use the online system you must pay using an electronic check or credit/debit card. Please note that the payment processing vendor charges a service charge for electronic payments, $1.50 for an electronic check and 2.5 percent of the total for credit/debit card use.
Print and Mail
Save the forms to your computer, then complete the forms, save, print and sign. Submit completed forms with your check, money order or bank draft. Credit or debit cards are not accepted for paper applications.
New License Application
- Kansas Liquor License Application and Instructions (ABC-800)
- Financial Disclosure (ABC-801)
- License Bond – select either the Escrow Bond or Surety Bond below.
- Request for Permanent Premise Approval (ABC-806)
- Submit a copy of your completed TTB Alcohol Dealer Registration (TTB F 5630.5d)
License Renewal Application
Non-Beverage User licensees must complete and file a monthly report that is due on or before the 15th day of the following month in which alcohol or wine was purchased.
The non-beverage permit allows a school, college, hospital, sanatorium, school or other institution caring for the sick to make a one-time purchase of alcohol or wine to be used for scientific, chemical, experimental, mechanical or medicinal purposes.
The permit holder must purchase alcohol or wine from a manufacturer, distributor, microbrewery, microdistillery or farm winery. At the time of purchase, they must provide two copies of their permit to the seller.
New Permit Application
Reporting Permitted Purchase
Within 10 days of the purchase, non-beverage permit holders must attach a copy of their invoice to the original permit and return it to the ABC.
If you have questions or need assistance, visit our Contact Us page to locate your assigned licensing representative.