What is Liquor Licensing?
In the Falkland Islands the sale of intoxicating liquor is managed under a licensing system. This means to sell intoxicating liquor, you must have a licence.
What is intoxicating liquor?
"intoxicating liquor" means spirits, wine, beer, cider and any fermented, distilled or spirituous liquor but does not include-
(a) any liquor which is found on analysis of a sample thereof at any time to be of an original gravity not exceeding 1016º and of a strength not exceeding 1.2 per cent;
(c) flavouring essences recognized by the Collector of Customs as not being intended for consumption as or with dutiable alcoholic liquor;
(d) spirits, wine or made-wine so medicated as to be, in the opinion of the Collector of Customs, intended for use as a medicine and not as a beverage;
[see section 2 of the Licensing Ordinance 1994].
What are the types of Licence available?
There are seven types of licence available:
1) Justices' On-Licence
2) Justices' Off-Licnce
3) Part V - Residential only
4) Part V - Restuarant only
5) Part V - Residential and Restuarant
6) Occasional Licence
7) Club Registration Certificate