Liquor control information for consumers
The Department of Consumer Protection protects Connecticut citizens by regulating all persons and businesses that distribute, sell, and serve alcoholic liquor in the state. This is done in order to prevent sales to minors and intoxicated persons, maintain product integrity, and ensure that the locations that sell or serve alcohol are safe and sanitary.
The Department enforces Title 30 (the Connecticut Liquor Control Act) and its corresponding regulations. The agency is also the primary investigative arm of the Connecticut Liquor Control Commission.
Brochure: Some Facts About Liquor Control in Connecticut
- Complaint Form
- Contact Liquor Control
- Legal Decisions
- Liquor Laws and Regulations
- Package Stores Allowed per Town
- Permit Suspensions/Revocations
- Top Ten Questions and Answers About Liquor Permits
- Useful Links
- Verify a Permit