Our company assists with the purchase or sale of all types of liquor licenses available in the state of New Mexico. Our company handles everything in the licensure process including the zoning requirements. The Liquor Control Act of New Mexico contains specific types of licenses. The most comprehensive and expensive license is called a “Dispenser License” which allows the sale of package liquor and liquor by the drink. This type may be transferred anywhere in the state subject to certain restrictions. The transfer outside the local option district will limit the licensee to sell and serve alcoholic beverages by the drink on the licensed premises. A second type of license is known as an “interlocal Dispenser License” which was originally a Dispenser License before it was transferred outside the local option district. This license permits sale of liquor by the drink at specific locations. This type of license is usually found in restaurants, nightclubs, bowling alleys and private sport venues. A third type of license is called a “Restaurant License” which allows for sale of beer and wine at designated locations. This type of license requires, among other things, a valid food service permit which is required of all restaurants. Another type of license is a “Government License” which is issued solely to a municipality, county, state museum, state university or qualifying state fair.