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Direct Shipper Permit

New Hampshire Makes Direct Shipping Simple!

Acquire a Permit

The New Hampshire State Liquor Commission permits spirits, wine and beer to be shipped into New Hampshire so long as the direct shipper has obtained a permit from the Commission. The permit allows out of state companies to ship alcoholic beverages to citizens.

Application Requirements

  • Complete and return the State of New Hampshire Direct Shipper Application. pdf file
  • In order to obtain a direct shipper permit your company must hold a valid liquor license from your state of domicile as an alcohol manufacturer, importer, wholesaler or retailer. A copy of that liquor license must be submitted with your application for a direct shipper permit.
  • If the applicant is a wine manufacturer, must attach a copy of your TTB winery permit.
  • In order to obtain a direct shipper permit you must provide a copy of your registration from your state of domicile Secretary of State or from the appropriate governing authority.
    • A. Single Proprietorship – Fictitious Business Name
    • B. Partnership – Fictitious Business Name
    • C. Corporation – Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Registration or Certificate of Authority
    • D. LLC – Articles of Organization, Certificate of Registration or Certificate of Authority
  • Attach a check payable to the New Hampshire Liquor Commission
    • $100 Wine Manufacturer
    • $500 Retailer, Importer, Wholesaler and Beverage Manufacturer
    • Attach a check payable to the New Hampshire Liquor Commission

Permit Restrictions

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NH Liquor Commission, Division of Enforcement
50 Storrs Street  |  Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-3521