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 NHLiquor Commission FAQ

Do you sell beer in your liquor stores?

No. New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores do not sell beer or alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of 6% or less by volume. These products are available at most convenience stores or supermarkets in the state.


Are any of your stores open on Sundays?

Yes. All New Hampshire's State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores are open on Sundays. Sunday store hours vary by location. Please see our Sunday hours page for details.


Are there any days when New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores are not open?

Yes. All New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores are closed on these three days: Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.


What forms of payment are accepted by New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores?

Cash, major credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover), debit cards and travelers checks are our acceptable forms of payment for any of our New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Stores. Personal checks are not accepted.

Canadian currency is the only non-U.S. money accepted and it is discounted at the exchange rate quoted daily by local banks in the store's trade area.


What are the limits as to how much liquor I may purchase at a New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Store's?

With the possible exception of certain limited availability items, there are no restrictions relative to the quantity of liquor purchased from a New Hampshire State Liquor and Wine Outlet Store's. However, you should be aware that each state or province regulates the transportation of alcoholic beverages differently. You may wish to check with local authorities for any restrictions that may apply to your purchases.


Does your logo have any meaning?
Liquor Commission logo Yes, the global shape represents the world wide products we sell, the triangular shape represents the shape of the state of New Hampshire and the L shape on the left and lower part of the triangle stands for liquor.




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