NOTICE: New Terms and Conditions
We've updated our terms and conditions for liquor manufacturer licensees, which affects your business. The definition of "intoxication" and "sell" have changed, and there are also minor updates throughout. Please download the new terms and conditions.
A manufacurer’s licence allows the holder to produce beer, wine or spirits in Manitoba in accordance with certain federal and provincial rules.
Selling or serving your product
If you want to sell or serve your product to the public, either to take home or to be consumed on the premises, you must apply for either a retail endorsement or a unique hospitality venue - tasting room licence.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Manufacturing licensees must comply with the terms and conditions set by the LGCA.
Licensees must also comply with legislation, regulations and any requirements or conditions placed on the licence.
Our liquor licensee policy manual provides information to help you operate in compliance with the terms and conditions.
There is no fee for a manufacturer's licence.
A manufacturer may also hold any other the other types of liquor service licences at the premises. If a manufacturer chooses to hold an additional service licence, they must follow all the terms and conditions that apply to that type of licence, including hours of operation and food or entertainment requirements. Click here to learn about liquor service licences.
Ready to apply? Click here to learn about our liquor manufacturer licence application process.