March 30: Bar Keeper Liquor License Public Hearing

Since last year, Bar Keeper has been working towards acquiring a liquor license in order to sell small batch spirits to go with the store’s wonderful vintage barware. After a months-long application process, L.A.’s favorite “head shop for alcohol lovers” is nearing its goal.

Last week, Bar Keeper owner Joe Keeper sent an email to his list, asking supporters to come out to a public hearing tomorrow:

“For quite some time Bar Keeper has been in the process of acquiring a type “21” license for off-site sales of spirits. This license will allow Bar Keeper to compliment our current selections of bar tools and vintage/new glassware with unique spirits. We plan to provide small batch and exquisite spirits and liquors. Additionally, we will be preparing gift baskets that include vintage barware and glassware combined with the spirits to manufacture exquisite cocktails.

The process is almost complete with a public hearing at the Office of Zoning Administration. If you are interested and available, I would appreciate it if you could attend the hearing to support Bar Keeper.”

Bar KeeperHere are the details:

Bar Keeper Liquor License Public Hearing
Tuesday, March 30, 2010

City Hall
Room 1020 (enter from Main St.)
200 North Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Good luck, Joe!

Bar Keeper

3910 W. Sunset Blvd.
Silver Lake, CA 90029
(323) 669-1675

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