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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 16. Regulation of Sales and Distribution
- Section 120. Removal or Introduction of Alcoholic Beverages.
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AS 04.16.120. Removal or Introduction of Alcoholic Beverages.
- (a) A person may not remove from licensed premises alcoholic beverages that have been sold or furnished for consumption
only on the premises.
- (b) Except as provided in this subsection, a person may not bring an alcoholic beverage into licensed premises for use or
consumption by oneself or another person on the premises unless that person is a licensee, an agent, employee, or
common carrier in the regular course of employment. With the permission of the licensee, a person may bring wine into
premises licensed as a beverage dispensary or a restaurant or eating place for consumption by the person while eating
food served at a table on the licensed premises. The beverage dispensary or restaurant or eating place may charge a
corkage fee for serving wine supplied by a customer.
- (c) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a person may remove from licensed premises the unconsumed portion of
one or more bottles of wine that were partially consumed with a meal if (1) the original or a similar type of cork is reinserted in
each bottle by the licensee and the cork can only be removed by a corkscrew or other similar device, or (2) each bottle is sealed or
packaged by the licensee in a manner set by the board. Notwithstanding another provision of law, each bottle of wine that is recorked,
sealed, or packaged as provided in this subsection is not an open container if the cork reinserted by the licensee or the seal made
by the licensee has not been disturbed.
- (d) [Effective January 1, 2024.] Notwithstanding (a) of this section, the holder of a beverage dispensary
license under AS 04.09.200, the holder of a beverage dispensary
tourism license under AS 04.09.350, or the holder's employee may
transport alcoholic beverages across unlicensed portions of a hotel, motel, or large resort if the
- (1) licensee holds an endorsement under AS 04.09.430
or 04.09.440; and
- (2) licensee or employee is walking directly from one licensed area of the premises to another licensed area.
- (e) [Effective January 1, 2024.] Notwithstanding (a) of this section, a person may remove alcoholic beverages
from the licensed premises of a beverage dispensary license under AS 04.09.200
or a beverage dispensary tourism license under AS 04.09.35004.09.350
for consumption on unlicensed portions of a large resort if the licensee holds a large resort endorsement under AS 04.09.440.
- (f) [Effective January 1, 2024.] A person who removes an alcoholic beverage from licensed premises in
violation of (a) of this section and a person who brings an alcoholic beverage onto licensed premises in violation of (b) of this
section commits the offense of removal or introduction of alcoholic beverages.
- (g) [Effective January 1, 2024.] Removal or introduction of alcoholic beverages is a violation and is punishable by a fine of $100.
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