A temporary liquor license, or temporary liquor permit, allows businesses to serve beer, wine, or liquor for a specific and limited period of time. Temporary liquor permits are typically valid for 90 to 180 days, depending on the state and type of permit. They are used for special events, or by new businesses that want to serve alcohol before their permanent license is approved.
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