The Wholesale Bureau
To contact the Wholesale Bureau please call 518-474-3114 or e-mail Wholesale.Bureau@sla.ny.gov
NEW PRICE POSTING SYSTEM - UPDATED: January 30, 2014
The Authority is pleased to announce that the much anticipated online price posting upgrades are now available for use by you and your staff to review and work on completing in the new format. Please find links to the instructional tutorials below.
On January 28, 2014 the Authority sent a letter of notification to all licensed wholesalers and manufacturers which contains valuable information including a unique PIN number to enable initial access to the new price posting system by licensees. If you have not received your mailing within a reasonable time or if you are a new licensee, please contact the Wholesale Bureau to obtain your PIN number.
For the convenience of current price posters, the new system has been pre-populated with your February 2014 schedule information. Due to some formatting changes, reviewing and updating the pre-populated information will be necessary. Please find a tutorial below to assist you with the conversion from the old format.
New Brand Labeling Applications and Instructions
GUIDANCE ON THE DEFINITION, PRODUCTION AND SALE OF "WINE PRODUCTS" - Posted 05/13/2011
"Wine Products" are a specific defined category of alcoholic beverages under New York law. Please see SLA Advisory 2011-2 for details regarding the production, distribution and sale of "Wine Products" in New York. revised-05/13/2011
NEW EMAIL OPTION FOR DELINQUENT (C.O.D.) LIST NOTIFICATION - Posted 05/2/2011
Wholesalers now have the option of allowing retailers to opt into an electronic mail notification system for delinquent (C.O.D.) list notices. Please see SLA Advisory(link) for details and contact Counsel's Office at (518) 474-3114 with any questions or concerns you may have.
ADVISORY – December 7, 2010
TO ALL MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS
DISTRIBUTION OF SAMPLE CONTAINERS OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
KEG REGISTRATION LAW EXPIRES
On November 22, 2010, New York’s Keg Registration Law expired. Licensees who sell beer at retail for off-premises consumption are no longer required to document and track keg sales on State Liquor Authority forms or collect the state mandated deposit. Licensees may still have their own deposit requirements to encourage patrons to return empty kegs to the licensee.
RECENTLY INACTIVATED LICENSES- (Updated on the First and Fifteenth of the month)
2014 CREDIT CALENDARS
2015 CREDIT CALENDARS
LISTING OF REGISTERED BRANDS