Pursuant to the Liquor Control Act 1988 (WA) the primary and predominant purpose of a restaurant must be the regular supply of meals to customers seated at a dining table (or similar fixed structure). However, restaurants can obtain an extended trading permit to serve liquor without a meal. If the capacity of the premises is less than 120 persons, then the process for obtaining an extended trading permit is relatively

Whilst distilleries were forgotten in the recent review of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (WA), common sense has finally prevailed with at least one distiller in Western Australia now allowed to sell their spirit sample product with a mixer. Section 55 of the Liquor Control Act covers wine, beer and spirit producers, however, all is not equal with distillers not allowed to sell or supply their own product for on

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