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What does ABC stand for?

ABC stands for Alcohol and Beverage Control


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Effective July 1, 2006, all wineries that ship wine directly to Idaho residents are required to get a Direct Shipper Permit from the Alcohol Beverage Control Bureau. Please read all requirements and obtain the necessary instructions and forms from the Idaho State Tax Commission, web site: tax. idaho. gov. Please note: annual renewal forms are mailed 8 weeks prior to the expiration date on your permit.
4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 700, Alexandria, VA 22302-1433 Tel: 703-578-4200 | Fax: 703-820-3551 © 2015 National Alcohol Beverage Control.
Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Page Content ?Our mission is to protect the public welfare and interest by regulating the alcoholic beverage industry through licensing, education and the enforcement of alcohol laws and regulations, as well as combating youth access to alcoholic beverages andtobacco products in the Commonwealth.
The California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) has received three documents containing warnings about caffeinated alcoholic beverages. The warnings come from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), United States Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) and the California Department of Public Health. These documents are being provided to offer guidance on the issue.
North Carolina is one of 17 control states and a member of the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association. As an agency under the Department of Public Safety, it is our overall objective to provide uniform control over the sale, purchase, transportation, manufacture, consumption and possession of alcoholic beverages in the state.
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Welcome to the Kansas Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control’s website. The ABC Division is the state’s regulatory authority for enforcing Kansas liquor laws through the issue of state licenses and permits, monitoring product flow, conducting compliance reviews of licensed premises and enforcing restrictions on underage access to alcoholic beverages and a variety of other statutory violations.