The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control strives to make alcoholic beverages available for consumption, while protecting both the consumer and the general public, to optimize profitability, and to distribute funds benefiting the community and local governments.
The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control wants to consistently provide good customer service in a pleasant shopping environment.
The Wake County Board of Alcoholic Control is a local political subdivision of the State that operates as a separate entity overseen by a Board of five members.
Wake County ABC stores will be closed January 1st, New Year's Day.
Wake County ABC Stores will be closed on January 19th for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
More than 60 items are on sale in January.
Law Enforcement Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a permit?
How do I find a store near me?
How do I apply for a job at an ABC store?
Where can I get fingerprint cards completed?
How do I get responsible alcohol seller (RASP) training?
Is a sample bottle required to receive product approval?
How is cider classified?
Is there a product approval fee for additional sizes of the same product?
What is required for product/label approval for a NC brewpub?
Where the product is piped to a dispensing tank?
Do I need to obtain label approval for growlers?