Delhi Allows Bars To Sell Beer Stock Expiring By July 15 To Liquor Shops

The shelf lifetime of beer in Delhi is round six months, the official stated. (Representational)

New Delhi:

The Delhi authorities has allowed town’s restro-bars, accommodations, and golf equipment to promote their inventory of beer expiring by July 15 to liquor outlets in a bid to minimise their monetary losses, an official stated on Sunday.

There are round 950 accommodations, golf equipment and restro-bars within the nationwide capital which have an excise license however haven’t been allowed to open since March 25, when the nationwide lockdown was introduced.

Earlier this month, the federal government had allowed the homeowners of such institutions to promote to liquor outlets their inventory of beer expiring in June.

“The division has now allowed restro-bars, accommodations and golf equipment to promote their inventory of beer expiring by July 15 to liquor outlets within the metropolis,” the official stated.

The shelf lifetime of beer in Delhi is round six months, the official stated.

“Resort, golf equipment and eating places licensee shall put together a listing of all beer inventory, with barcode, which is to be transferred at licensed vend,” the excise division stated in an order.

“The licensee from accommodations, golf equipment and eating places shall then submit the barcode record of beer inventory and consent letter obtained from licensed vend to excise division with the request for permitting switch of beer inventory,” it stated.

Based on the method, the homeowners of restro-bars, golf equipment, and accommodations should attain an settlement with the liquor vend homeowners.

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