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No, on-premises retailers may not refill and sell alcohol beverages in growlers and crowlers, because doing so would be in violation of Regulation 47-904(C), 1 CCR 203.2.
Malt liquor manufacturers with an onsite wholesale sales room may continue to do so.
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No. Please contact Garfield County Public Health with any questions.
Please contact Garfield County Public Health for the current status on these regulations and guidance on the approval process.
Yes. Per Governor Polis’ order on March 20th, businesses may sell or deliver alcohol as a part of a food order to persons over the age of 21. Please see the State’s Public Health FAQ for more information.
At this point, customers may not be served alcohol while waiting for their order, even if they are on the business premises.
Executive Order D 2020-142, which was signed on July 21, 2020, mandates that licensees who hold a liquor license pursuant to Articles 3, 4, and/or 5 of the C.R.S. Title 44, must cease all alcohol sales to end consumers by 10:00 p.m. First, it is important to note that liquor licensees do not need to close to the public at 10:00 p.m., and food service after 10:00 may continue as usual. For example, a licensed gaming establishment, that usually operates 24 hours a day, may continue to operate and provide food service uninterrupted; however, they may not sell alcohol beverages between the hours of 10:00 p.m., and 7:00 a.m.. The prohibition is on alcohol sales, not operations more generally.
For more information, please visit the State Liquor Enforcement Division website.