Spirits Manufacturers’ Guide

Last Updated: 
2021-01-01

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Section 1: Manufacturer’s Licence – Distillery

Information guide for new applicants

What is a Manufacturer’s Licence?

The Registrar (“The Registrar, established under section 6 of the Alcohol, Cannabis and Gaming Regulation and Public Protection Act”) issues Manufacturer’s Licences which allow manufacturers to sell their Ontario wine, beer, or spirits to the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) for distribution in its system or by other approved means.

A Manufacturer’s Licence is not a licence to manufacture liquor.

Things to know before applying

Contact Information

Prior to submitting an application for a Manufacturer’s Licence to the AGCO, applicants should contact the LCBO to obtain information on relevant LCBO policies. Please refer to section 5, “Contacts for Research and Additional Information”, located at the end of this guide.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for a Manufacturer’s Licence, applicants must be:

  • nineteen (19) years of age or older
  • financially responsible
  • conduct the business in accordance with the law and with integrity and honesty (please note that police records checks will be conducted on all individuals involved in an application)

Applicants are generally not permitted any direct or indirect financial ownership in an establishment holding a liquor sales licence (i.e. licensed restaurants and bars). Please refer to section 6 of the Liquor Licence Act for further information.

Compliance assurance – maintaining your licence

Once a Manufacturer’s Licence has been issued, the holder of the Licence is responsible for operating their business responsibly and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Licence holders will be subject to the following:

  • regular renewal of the licence: Manufacturer’s Licences are valid for a period of either two or four years. As a courtesy, licence holders will be sent a renewal notice approximately 60 days prior to the expiry date shown on the licence, however it remains the licensee’s responsibility to ensure the licence is renewed on time.
  • periodic inspections by AGCO Compliance Officials: All locations may be inspected by AGCO Compliance Officials for compliance with the Liquor Control Act, the Liquor Licence Act and their regulations. You must allow AGCO Compliance Officials unobstructed access to your business and you must facilitate their inspections.
  • the Liquor Licence Act, its regulations and the Registrar’s Advertising Guidelines and Sampling Guidelines.
  • any conditions attached to the licence.
  • mandatory staff/server training: The manufacturer must ensure that any person involved in the sale, service or sampling of liquor, or who are involved in taking orders for liquor from customers has successfully completed a server training course approved by the Board of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (the “Board”). The Board has approved the Smart Serve® Training Program. Please visit www.smartserve.ca for more information. Please note that the AGCO recognizes the Server Intervention Program certification issued prior to May 1995.

For more information on some of the legal responsibilities of a licence holder, please refer to the Liquor Licence Act and its regulations available at www.ontario.ca/laws.

Licences/Authorizations related to a Manufacturer’s Licence (Distillery)

Current legislation allows other limited activities at the site of a spirits manufacturer. Holders of a Manufacturer’s Licence (distillery) may also be eligible for:

  • the operation of an on-site distillery retail store where eligible products made by the manufacturer may be sold directly to the public. Please refer to the AGCO’s Distillery Retail Store Information Guide and section 2 of this guide for further information.
  • the operation of a licensed premise at the same municipal or property address as the manufacturing site. This permits a restaurant/establishment that shares a municipal or property address with the manufacturing site, where the manufacturer’s products may be “showcased” on their own or in conjunction with other brands and types of liquor. This type of licensed establishment, often referred to as a “Tied House” is exempt from the requirement of having to sell a variety of brands, and may provide for the full sale and service of liquor and food within the licensed premises. Please refer to Section 3 of this guide for more information.

How to apply

You can apply for a Manufacturer’s Licence and a Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence - Distillery online, through the iAGCO portal.

Supporting Documents

What supporting documents/information are needed to apply?

When applying for your Manufacturer’s Licence online, you will be asked to provide the following as part of your application. These items can be provided to the AGCO at any time during the application process:

  1. A Summary of your Business Plan, which sets out:
    • a full description of the product(s) to be manufactured on site at the new facility 
    • floor plans showing the complete layout of the manufacturing facility, including equipment and proposed location of an on-site retail store (if applicable)
    • the channel(s) through which you plan to sell your product(s) (i.e., LCBO, on-site, direct to licensees, export)
    • If your product(s) will be manufactured at a facility other than your own, please provide details.
  2. Copy of Federal Excise Licence (Distillery)

    The Excise Act and the Excise Act, 2001 (administered by the Canada Revenue Agency) require that a person obtain a licence under these federal statutes prior to producing or packaging wine, beer and/or spirits in Canada. Please contact the Canada Revenue Agency at 1-866-667-9851 for further information.

  3. Written Proof of LCBO Product Testing

    Please contact the LCBO’s Quality Assurance Department at quality.assurance@lcbo.com or visit Doing Business with LCBO for further information, including laboratory testing fees.

  4. Copy of Business Name Registration

    The business name under which you intend to operate may have to be registered under the Business Names Act. For information regarding business name registration please call toll free 1-800-361-3223 or visit www.serviceontario.ca.

Fees and Payment

  • please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • when using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • all application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • all fees are non-refundable.

Section 2: On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization

Information guide for new on-site distillery retail store applicants

What is an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization?

An On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization allows a spirits manufacturer to operate a store for the retail sale of its spirits.

Things to know before applying

General Eligibility Criteria

Generally, in order to be eligible for an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization:

  • The applicant must be a distillery with a valid Manufacturer’s Licence issued by the Registrar.
  • The proposed on-site distillery retail store must be located on the same parcel of land as the applicant’s production site and the spirits to be sold in the on-site store must be made by the applicant at that production site.
  • The applicant must meet the criteria and requirements outlined in the AGCO’s Distillery Retail Store Information Guide, which has been developed to assist those wishing to apply for a new retail store authorization, or for approval to relocate an existing authorized retail store.

Please note that the application process also includes a site inspection of the constructed retail store by an AGCO Compliance Official to confirm that all eligibility criteria and requirements have been met.

How to apply

You can apply for an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization online through the iAGCO portal.

Supporting documents

What supporting documents/information are needed for an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization application?

When applying for an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization online, you will be asked to provide the following as part of your application. These items can be provided to the AGCO at any time during the application process:

  1. completed original Municipal Information for a Retail Store Authorization form.
  2. site plan detailing the production site and the proposed retail store location.
  3. floor plan of the proposed retail store including square footage.
  4. if ownership and control of the production site is shared with any other licensed manufacturer - supplementary documentation demonstrating substantial ownership and control of the production site
  5. a copy of each notification letter (if applicable) sent to any place of religious assembly, schools, public parks and playgrounds, community centers and/or libraries located within one (1) kilometre of your proposed store location. 
    NOTE: As part of the application for an On-Site Retail Store Authorization, you must provide written notification to the above noted institutions of your proposed retail store is located within one (1) kilometre of any such establishment. A copy of each notification letter sent must also be submitted to the AGCO. The notification letter must instruct the reader to notify the AGCO in writing of any objections they may have to your proposed store within fifteen (15) days of the date of your notification letter;
  6.  agreement with the LCBO respecting the sale of spirits through an on-site retail store.

​Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Renewing your retail store authorization

Retail Store Authorizations are valid for a period of either two or four years and expire when the associated Manufacturer’s Licence expires or is terminated. As a courtesy, Manufacturers Licence holders will be sent a renewal notice approximately 60 days prior to the expiry date shown on the licence. However it remains the licensee’s responsibility to ensure the licence is renewed on time.

To ensure your Retail Store Authorization and Manufacturer’s Licence remain valid, please see the section on “Renewing a Manufacturer’s Licence” for instructions on completing the renewal application.

Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Relocating your on-site distillery retail store

An on-site distillery retail store cannot be relocated without prior authorization from the Registrar. In addition, an on-site store cannot be relocated to an off-site location. It must be located at a production site of the holder of the on-site store authorization.

For information on the criteria and requirements for the relocation of an on-site distillery retail store, please see the AGCO Distillery Retail Store Information Guide.

Things to know before applying

Once the relocation has been authorized by the Registrar, the store being relocated must be open and operational in the new location within six months from the date of the closure of the store in its original location.

The applicant must meet the criteria and requirements outlined in the AGCO Distillery Retail Store Information Guide.

Please note that the application process also includes a site inspection of the constructed retail store by an AGCO Compliance Official to confirm that all eligibility criteria and requirements have been met.

How to apply

You can apply to relocate an existing on-site distillery retail store online, through the iAGCO portal.

Supporting documents

What supporting documents/information are needed for the relocation of an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization?

When applying online to relocate an On-Site Distillery Retail Store Authorization, you will be asked to provide the following as part of your application. These items can be provided to the AGCO at any time during the application process:

  1. completed original Municipal Information for a Retail Store Authorization form.
  2. floor plan of the proposed retail store including square footage.
  3. a copy of each notification letter (if applicable) If the proposed retail store site is located within close proximity to any churches, schools, playgrounds, community centres, parks or libraries, you must notify each institution of the proposed retail store and ask that they provide any written objections to you and the AGCO within fifteen (15) days of receiving the notification. A copy of each “Notification Letter” you send must be submitted with this application.

Fees and Payment

There is currently no fee to relocate an on-site distillery retail store.

 

Eligible spirit sales at farmers’ markets

What is an Authorization to Sell Eligible Spirits at a Farmers’ Market?

An Authorization to Sell Eligible Spirits at a Farmers’ Market allows eligible licensed distilleries to sell their eligible spirits as set out in Regulation 720 under the Liquor Licence Act at an occasional extension of their on-site distillery retail store within a farmers’ market.

Spirits are eligible to be sold at a farmers’ market if at least 50 per cent of the volume of spirits in the container holding them is made, from start to finish, at a production site in Ontario.

Things to know before applying

General Eligibility Criteria

Distilleries that wish to participate in the program must:

  • have a valid AGCO Manufacturer’s Licence
  • operate an AGCO authorized on-site distillery retail store
  • produce eligible spirits as defined in Regulation 710 under the Liquor Licence Act.

How to apply

You can apply for an Authorization to Sell Eligible Spirits at a Farmers’ Market online, through the iAGCO portal.

Fees and Payment

There is currently no fee to apply for an Authorization to Sell Eligible Spirits at a Farmers’ Market.

Notification to AGCO of planned sales at Farmers’ Markets

Manufacturers with an Authorization to Sell Eligible Spirits at a Farmers’ Market must provide the AGCO with at least 10 days’ notice of planned sales at Farmers’ Markets (i.e. days of sale that have been confirmed with a Farmers’ Market). If the intended days of sale are cancelled or changed, please notify the AGCO at the earliest possible opportunity.

Notification to the AGCO of your planned sales at Farmers’ Markets can be submitted through the iAGCO portal.

The AGCO will notify you if any municipal objections have been received regarding any of the Farmers’ Markets where you intend to sell your eligible spirits.

 

Delivery from a Distillery Retail Store

An on-site distillery retail store may deliver products that are eligible to be sold in their on-site retail store to the public, subject to the following requirements:

  1. Liquor is delivered only to a residence or private place as defined in the Liquor Licence Act;
  2. The person who handles liquor has successfully completed a Board approved training program.
  3. Delivery is completed only between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.;
  4. Liquor is delivered to a person at the address provided with the order who is at least 19 years of age and does not appear to be intoxicated;
  5. The person making a delivery of liquor inspects an item of identification before delivering liquor to a person who appears to be under 19 years of age;
  6. A fee may be charged for delivery;
  7. An order placed with a winery or a manufacturer of beer or spirits must include the following information:
    1. The name and address of the customer.
    2. The date on which the liquor is purchased, and the date on which it is to be delivered.
    3. The kinds and quantities of liquor to be delivered.
    4. The address where the liquor is to be delivered.
  8. For one year from the date of delivery of liquor, a winery or a manufacturer of beer or spirits shall retain at its place of business, every record of an order required by paragraph 7.

A benefit is allowed under agreements between an authorized manufacturer of liquor and a liquor delivery licensee, if the benefit is intended to facilitate or promote the purchase of liquor from the store, or the delivery of liquor.

Section 3: Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass”)

Information guide for Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass”) applicants

What is a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass”)?

A Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass” Licence) allows eligible Ontario distilleries to sell and serve their products for consumption on their manufacturing site(s) where the sale is primarily aimed at promoting the manufacturer’s product and either providing an enhanced tourist experience or fulfilling an educational purpose.

Things to know before you apply

Eligibility criteria

Only Ontario distilleries which hold a Manufacturer’s Licence (issued pursuant to under the Liquor Licence Act) are eligible for this licence. The Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence will only be issued to the same entity which holds the Manufacturer’s Licence.

Operational restrictions

An Ontario distillery which hold a Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence is only permitted to sell and serve the spirits which it has manufactured.

Spirits may only be sold and served between 9 a.m. and 12 a.m. on any day. The sale and service of spirits is only permitted in areas approved under the licence that are on or immediately adjacent to a manufacturing site and under the sole control of the manufacturer.

These hours may not be extended and no liquor sales licence endorsements are available for this type of sales licence. Guests are allowed to carry and consume spirits on the manufacturing site in areas that are under the sole control of the manufacturer and approved under the licence. Spirits will not be permitted in such areas as public roads, thoroughfares, driveways and parking lots, or in other areas that may raise public safety concerns.

Note: A wine, beer or spirits manufacturing site may have both a Tied House and a Manufacturer´s Limited Liquor Sales Licence. Patrons are permitted to move freely between the licensed areas with their beverages. However, licensees must ensure adherence to rules regarding the permissible hours of sale for each licence type.

How do I apply?

You can apply for a Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence - Distillery online, through the iAGCO portal.

Supporting documents

What supporting documents/information are needed to apply for a Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence?

When applying for a Manufacturer’s “By the Glass” Licence online, you will be asked to provide the following as part of your application. These items can be provided to the AGCO at any time during the application process:

  • Site Plan of the Property - The site plan of the property must outline in red the area(s) in which the manufacturer is applying to have the sale, service and consumption of its product(s) take place. The area(s) must be under the sole control of the manufacturer and located on or immediately adjacent to the manufacturing site of the applicant.
  • Municipal Resolution - Written notice from the Council of the Municipality within which the applicant’s manufacturing site is located confirming that it has passed a resolution in support of the issuance of the licence.

Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Transferring a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass”)

When is a transfer of licence required?

Changes in ownership require the approval of the Registrar. Licence holders must notify the AGCO prior to any changes in ownership to allow the application to be processed prior to the completion of the change.

Transfers of “By the Glass” Licences will be processed at the same time as the corresponding “Manufacturer’s Licence” transfer application.

You must also submit your completed Application to Transfer the corresponding “Manufacturer’s Licence” and application fee (Please see Section 1: “Change of Ownership: Transferring a Manufacturer’s Licence” for more information).

How do I apply?

Applications to transfer your “By the Glass” Licence can be made online, through the iAGCO portal.

Please note:

  • The entity to whom the licence is being transferred is responsible for submitting the application to transfer the licence.
  • The application must include a signed Consent to Transfer signed by the current licence holder(s).

Supporting documents

What supporting documents/information are needed to transfer a “By the Glass” Licence?

You must also submit your completed Application to Transfer the corresponding “Manufacturer’s Licence” and application fee (Please see Section 1: “Change of Ownership: Transferring a Manufacturer’s Licence” for more information.)

Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Renewing a Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By the Glass”)

“By the Glass” Licences are valid for a period of either two or four years and expire when the associated Manufacturer’s Licence expires or is terminated.

How do I apply?

Renewals of “By the Glass Licences” will be processed at the same time as the corresponding Manufacturer’s Licence renewal application which can be completed online through the iAGCO portal. Please see section on Renewing a Manufacturer’s Licence for instructions on completing the renewal application.

Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Temporary Extensions

Important Update for 2021: In an effort to support businesses as they work to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, the AGCO is authorizing eligible “By the Glass” licensees to temporarily extend or add a temporary physical extension of their licensed premises, until January 1, 2022 at 3:00 a.m.

Eligible “By the Glass” licensees do not need to submit an application to extend their licensed premises for the duration of 2021, provided they meet certain requirements.

To be eligible for a temporary patio extension under the AGCO’s 2021 patio policy you must have a valid “By the Glass” licence, be permitted to open for on-site consumption and must meet the criteria as set out below:

  1. The physical extension of the premises is adjacent to: 
    1. the premises to which the licence to sell liquor applies; or 
    2. a dock to which the boat is attached and may include land adjacent to the dock; or
    3. the licensed premises under the “By the Glass” licence;   
  2. The municipality in which the premises is situated has indicated it does not object to an extension; 
  3. The licensee is able to demonstrate sufficient control over the physical extension of the premises;  
  4. There is no condition on the licence prohibiting a patio;  
  5. The capacity of any temporary extension, allows for at least 1.11 square metres per person; and 
  6. In the case of “By the Glass” licensees, the sale and service of the wine, beer and/or spirits manufactured by the manufacturer within the physical extension of the premises is primarily aimed at promoting the manufacturer’s product and either providing an enhanced tourist experience or fulfilling an educational purpose.

If you do not meet the above 2021 criteria and still wish to apply for a temporary extension, please see below for more information on how to apply.

Similar to other liquor sales licensees, manufacturers who hold a “By the Glass” licence from the AGCO are also able to apply for a temporary extension of their licensed premises (for a special event or occasion).

The Registrar may approve a temporary physical extension of the licensed premises under the “By the Glass licence”, if the extension is adjacent to the areas under the “By the Glass” licence.

The application, including all supporting documentation, must be submitted by “By the Glass” licensees online through the iAGCO portal and received 30 days in advance of the temporary extension/event. Event Organizers cannot submit applications on behalf of licensees. No licensing fee is required.

Other important information: Retail Sales Tax

For “By the Glass” Licence holders, please note your renewal application will not be accepted if the licence holder owes money to the Minister of Finance. It is your responsibility to contact the Ministry of Finance at 1-866-668-8297 to determine if you owe any money.

Section 4: Liquor Sales Licence (“Tied House”)

What is a “Tied House” Liquor Sales Licence?

A “Tied House” for a distillery permits  a restaurant/establishment  that shares a municipal or property address with the manufacturing site, where the manufacturer’s products may be “showcased” on their own or in conjunction with other brands and types of liquor. The licensed premises is exempt from the requirement of having to sell a variety of brands but must provide for the full sale and service of liquor and food within the licensed premises.

How to apply

All alcohol-related transactions with the AGCO must be completed online through the iAGCO web-based portal. All transactions are offered online only.

Fees and Payment

  • Please refer to the AGCO’s Application Fee Schedule for the applicable fee.
  • When using online services, payments must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit.
  • Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services. For more information please contact AGCO Customer Service at 416-326-8700 or 1-800-522-2876.
  • All application fees must be received by the AGCO before an application will be processed.
  • All fees are non-refundable.

Other information for Manufacturers

If a manufacturer has a retail store on the manufacturing site and there is a Tied House that shares a municipal or property address with the manufacturing site, the licensee may bring sealed, unopened liquor purchased from the retail store onto the licensed premises for the purposes of selling it to a patron. This allows restaurant patrons that wish to purchase product for personal use from the retail store to pay for the product on their restaurant bill.

Section 5: Contacts for Research and Additional Information

Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO)
90 Sheppard Avenue East, Suite 200
Toronto ON M2N 0A4
416-326-8711 / Toll Free: 1-800-522-2876

Contact the Licensing and Registration Branch for more information on:

  • Manufacturer’s Licences
  • Retail Store Authorizations
  • Liquor Sales Licensing (“Tied House”) and Manufacturer’s Limited Liquor Sales Licence (“By The Glass”)
  • Manufacturer Advertising

Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)

www.lcbo.comwww.doingbusinesswithlcbo.com

416-365-5900 / Toll Free: 1-800-668-5226

  • For new product listings (beer and special markets), please contact Product Management (Beer and Special Markets).
  • For new product listings (wines), please contact Product Management (Wines).
  • For new product listings (spirits), please contact Product Management (Spirits).
  • For product testing and labelling information, please contact Quality Assurance Department.
  • For pricing, please contact Pricing Administration Department.
  • For winery production and records, please contact Winery Audit Department.
  • For winery direct delivery authorization, please contact Policy & Government Relations Department.

For information on Written Proof of LCBO Product Testing requirements or laboratory testing fees, please contact the LCBO’s Quality Assurance Department at quality.assurance@lcbo.com or visit Doing Business with LCBO.


Canada Revenue Agency

www.cra-arc.gc.ca/exciseduty

1-866-667-9851


Ministry of Finance
Account Management and Collections Branch
33 King Street West
Oshawa ON L1H 8H9

www.fin.gov.on.ca

1-866-668-8297 / 1-866-263-7776 (TTY)


Farm Products Marketing

www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/farmproducts

519-826-4220


Smart Serve Ontario
5090 Explorer Drive, Suite 800
Mississauga, Ontario L4W 4T9

www.smartserve.ca

info@smartserve.ca

416-695-8737 / Toll free: 1-877-620-6082


Drinks Ontario

www.drinksontario.com


Ontario Craft Distillers Association

http://www.ontariocraftdistillers.com


Spirits Canada

www.spiritscanada.ca

info@spiritscanada.ca

416-626-0100