Varnum (Michigan): Alcohol Sales and Delivery Options for Liquor License Holders Under Coronavirus-related Restrictions

Most of the liquor licensed community in Michigan is striving for options that will facilitate the full range of services possible for the public, in light of Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-9, which essentially banned the public from most venues of public accommodation, such as our state’s restaurants, hotels, theaters and golf courses, as well as the Michigan breweries, wineries and the associated tap and tasting rooms.

Under the present ban, which is in effect through March 30, most food establishments, including bars, taverns, brewpubs, microbreweries, breweries, distilleries, golf courses, bowling alleys, movie theaters and other businesses that hold an on- premises license – including a Class C, Tavern B or Club license, or a Brewpub license – are prohibited from permitting public access for onsite consumption. At the present time, many owners and operators are questioning the scope of operations, if any that are permitted during this ban.

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