• Holders of Licenses That Expire From September 2021 to January 2022 and Those That Do Business With Them

  • Holders of Licenses That Expire From September 2021 to January 2022 and Those That Do Business With Them

    Updates to AIMS

    Several updates have been made to the Alcohol Industry Management System (AIMS) since it launched in September to improve your user experience. Businesses should continue onboarding into AIMS and filing renewals.

    Renewal Period

    We realize that some license holders scheduled to begin using AIMS have not yet been able to successfully complete the onboarding process, and TABC is in the process of improving the system to help users.

    To ensure businesses can renew their licenses, even if they encounter issues in AIMS, TABC is providing a temporary solution. If a license expires in September 2021, October 2021, November 2021, December 2021, or January 2022 and that business has (1) onboarded into AIMS but unable to renew due to an AIMS issue or (2) has reached out to TABC for assistance with onboarding and has not been able to get into the system, TABC will allow these businesses to renew their license once they do successfully get into AIMS even if it is beyond the 30th day following the expiration date of the license.

    Operations and Deliveries

    To accommodate the transition to AIMS, all licenses and permits with September 2021, October 2021, November 2021, December 2021, or
    January 2022 expiration dates are considered active and pending renewal by the agency until Jan. 31, 2022, even if the status field indicates otherwise in the TABC Public Inquiry System. Businesses with these expiration dates may continue to operate as normal and still accept wholesale/distribution or Local Distributor (LP) transactions, despite having an expired license date or status in Public Inquiry.

    Late Renewal Fees

    The agency will not charge a late filing fee for a renewal of a license or permit with an expiration date in September 2021, October 2021, November 2021, December 2021, or January 2022 so long as the renewal application is received by Jan. 31, 2022. This is an extension of the late filing fee waiver provided for in the agency’s temporary rule.