Direct-to-Consumer Shipping Rules For Retailers

State-by-State Rules Governing Interstate DtC Shipping of Alcohol by Retailers

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The following state rules provide where we have determined that the state would or would not allow alcohol to be shipped under existing DtC shipping rules for retailers. Sovos ShipCompliant offers the following compilation of state by state compliance rules that govern the interstate shipping of alcohol directly to consumers.

When reviewing this information, keep the following in mind:

  • The rules we’ve compiled here only reflect regulations that a state would impose on an alcohol retailer located in a different state, looking to enter a new market. 
  • This is not a definitive or complete guide. It should be used only as a starting place, to help lead you in the right direction as you expand your distribution. Do not take this as the final word on any regulatory issue.
  • When you actually approach selling in a new state, be sure to consult with someone who can properly interpret how the rules apply to your individual circumstances: your compliance team or your legal counsel.

And don’t forget that Sovos ShipCompliant offers several tools to help you in this process, with a cloud-based, easy-to-use platform for your licensing, product registration, product management and state filing needs. Sovos provides complete and up-to-date state rules guidance in all ShipCompliant products. You can request a demo anytime.

*State-specific content was last updated on 11/3/2020.

Alaska

Alaska currently does not regulate direct to consumer shipping of alcoholic beverages. Instead, DtC shipping operates under a determination by the Alaska Attorney General to not prohibit DtC shipments. As such, there are very few restrictions or requirements on DtC shipping of any alcoholic beverages. Any party who is legally permitted to sell alcohol, including retailers with a valid off-premises license in their home state can ship beer, wine, or spirits into Alaska. However, there are many local communities that prohibit the sale of alcohol, and it remains illegal to ship alcohol to these communities.

 

Permitted

Yes - Alaska allows DtC shipping of beer, wine, and spirits; cider is treated as a wine product for shipping and tax purposes.

Licenses Required

Alaska does not require DtC shippers to hold a license.

Dry Counties

It is illegal to ship alcohol to any region in Alaska that has voted to prohibit the sale of alcohol in that region. There is no exception for DtC sales. Currently, there are 78 such cities and counties in the state. Common carriers will not accept packages containing alcohol going to one of these regions. A list of such “local option” communities can be found here.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $2.50 per gallon of wine; $1.07 per gallon of beer; and $12.80 per gallon of spirits. Alaska does not require DtC spirits shippers to remit excise tax on their sales.

Sales Tax: Alaska does not have sales tax

California

California permits direct to consumer shipping of wine by licensed off-premises alcohol retailers only from retailers located in states that afford California retailers equal rights to ship wine to their residents (a “reciprocal” relationship). As such, only retailers located in states that permit California retailers to ship wine direct to their residents without requiring the California retailers to get licensed or remit taxes can ship to California consumers. Currently, only retailers located in California, Idaho, or New Mexico can ship to California consumers.

 

Permitted

Yes - California permits retailers located in reciprocal states (California, Idaho, or New Mexico) to ship wine to California consumers. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

As part of its reciprocity shipping rules, California does not require retailers to hold an additional license issued by California to ship DtC. (All shipping retailers must hold an off-premises retail license issued by their home state.)

Volume Limits

California, and the other reciprocal DtC retailer states, limit shipments of wine to 2 cases per individual per month.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.20 per gallon; California does not require retailers shipping DtC to remit excise tax

Sales Tax: 7.25% + local rates; only retailers with nexus in California (physical or making annual revenue over $500,000 in the state) are required to collect and remit California sales tax.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: None Required. 

Sales Tax: BOE-401-A2; only required for retailers with nexus in the state

Connecticut

 

Permitted

Connecticut permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship wine only to Connecticut residents. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

Retailers shipping DtC into Connecticut are required to first obtain a Retailer Wine Shipper’s Permit from the Connecticut Liquor Control Division. This license costs $600 and must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits

Retail Wine Shipper Permittees are not permitted to ship more than 5 gallons of wine to an individual Connecticut resident in a two-month period.

Product Restrictions

Retail Wine Shipper Permittees may only ship wines that have an approved COLA issued by the TTB. Retailers may not sell any wines DtC into Connecticut at below cost.

 

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax:$0.79 per gallon of wine with an ABV of 21% or less
$1.98 per gallon of wine with an ABV greater than 21%
$0.24 per gallon for cider with an ABV of 7% or less (higher is taxed as wine)

Sales Tax: 6.35%

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: O-255, due monthly

Sales Tax: OS-114 

Shipping Reports

Direct shippers are required to file a monthly shipping report that summarizes the invoice information for all shipments made.

District of Columbia

 

Permitted

Yes - D.C. allows licensed off-premises retailers to DtC ship of all alcoholic beverages

Licenses Required

Distillers are limited to shipping no more than one case per individual per month.

Volume Limits

DtC shippers are limited to shipping no more than one case per individual per month of all alcoholic beverages.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.30 per gallon for still wine and ciders with an ABV of 14% or less
$0.40 per gallon for still wine with an ABV greater than 14%
$0.45 per gallon for all sparkling wine
$2.79 per 31-gallon barrel of beer
$1.50 per gallon of spirits; D.C. does not require DtC shippers to remit excise tax on their sales

Sales Tax: 10.25% for alcohol (6% general tax rate); only businesses with nexus in D.C. are required to collect and remit sales taxes on their sales to resident (D.C. has economic nexus rules for non-local businesses making either $100,000 or more, or 200+ annual transactions in the district).

 

Florida

Florida permits the direct to consumer shipping of wine only under a court ruling that prevents the state from enforcing a ban on DtC shipping of wine. In 2019, the Director of the Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco indicated that these permissions extend to licensed off-premises retailers as well as wine producers. Retailers may therefore ship under the same operating agreement as wine producers, which includes accepting an excise tax burden on their DtC shipments.

 

Permitted

Florida permits the direct to consumer shipping of wine only. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

No license is required to ship DtC into Florida. However, retailers shipping DtC are required to hold an off-premise license issued by their home state.

Volume Limits

There are no limits on how much cider a DtC shipper can ship to Florida residents. However, Florida prohibits the sale of wine or cider in bottles larger than 1 gallon.

Dry Communities

Direct shipments are prohibited into Lafayette, Liberty, and Washington counties, as all sales of alcoholic beverages are prohibited there.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $2.25 per gallon on still wine with an ABV of 17.26% or less
$3.00 per gallon on still wine with an ABV greater than 17.26%
$3.50 per gallon on all sparkling wine
$0.89 per gallon on cider with an ABV of 7% or less (higher is taxed as wine)

Sales Tax: 6%; only retailers with physical presence in Florida are required to collect and remit the state sales tax.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: DBRP Direct Wine Shipper Report and Excise Tax Return, due monthly; must include a summary of invoice information for each shipment made.

Sales Tax:not required, except for retailers located in Florida

Idaho

Idaho permits direct to consumer shipping of wine by licensed off-premises alcohol retailers only from retailers located in states that afford Idaho retailers equal rights to ship wine to their residents (a “reciprocal” relationship). As such, only retailers located in states that permit Idaho retailers to ship wine direct to their residents without requiring the Idaho retailers to get licensed or remit taxes can ship to Idaho consumers. Currently, only retailers located in California, Idaho, or New Mexico can ship to Idaho consumers.

 

Permitted

Yes - Idaho permits retailers located in reciprocal states (California, Idaho, or New Mexico) to ship wine to Idaho consumers. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping and tax purposes.

Licenses Required

As part of its reciprocity shipping rules, Idaho does not require retailers to hold an additional license issued by Idaho to ship DtC. (All shipping retailers must hold an off-premises retail license issued by their home state.)

Volume Limits

Idaho, and the other reciprocal DtC retailer states, limit shipments of wine to 2 cases per individual per month.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.45 per gallon; Idaho does not require retailers shipping DtC to remit excise tax

Sales Tax: 6%; only retailers with nexus in Idaho (physical or making annual revenue over $100,000 in the state) are required to collect and remit Idaho sales tax.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: None Required

Sales Tax: 850 SUT Return; only required for retailers with nexus in the state

Louisiana

 

Permitted

Louisiana permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship wine only direct to Louisiana residents. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

Louisiana requires retailers to obtain two different licenses in order to ship DtC to Louisiana residents. The first is an Authority to Make Direct Shipments of Wine Louisiana Consumers, issued by the Louisiana Department of Revenue; the second is a Direct Wine Shipper Permit, issued by the Louisiana Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. Each of these licenses costs $1,000 for retailer shippers. Retailers must present a copy of their off-premises license issued by their home state in order to receive these licenses.

Volume Limits

Direct wine shippers may not ship more than 12 cases of wine per household per year.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.20 per liter of still wine with an ABV of 14% or less
$0.35 per liter of still wine with an ABV between 14 and 24%
$0.55 per liter of still wine with an ABV greater than 24% and on all sparkling wines
$12.50 per 31-gallon barrel of cider with an ABV of 6% or less (higher is taxed as wine)

Sales Tax: 4.45% state rate; direct wine shippers are only required to collect and remit the state sales tax as a condition of getting licensed; however direct wine shippers with nexus in the state (either physical presence or annual revenue greater than $100,000) are also required to collect and remit Louisiana local taxes, which can be as much as an additional 7%.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: R-5696-L return, due monthly; must include data summarizing invoice information for all shipments made

Sales Tax: R-1029 Direct Shipper Sales Tax Return; for retailers with economic nexus, Louisiana Remote Sellers Commission electronic return


Nebraska

 

Permitted

Nebraska permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship all alcoholic beverages directly to Nebraska residents.

Licenses Required

Direct shippers are required to obtain a S1 Direct Shipper license from the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission before shipping alcohol into the state. This license costs $500 and must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits

Direct shippers are limited to shipping no more than 108 liters total of beer, wine, or spirits to an individual Nebraska resident per year.

 

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.95 per gallon of wine and cider
$0.31 per gallon of beer
$3.75 per gallon of spirits

Sales Tax: 5.5% + local rates

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: 35-7140 Direct Shipper Excise Tax Return, due annually

Sales tax: Form 10, SUT Return

Nevada

 

Permitted

Yes - Nevada allows licensed off-premises retailers to directly ship all alcoholic beverages

Licenses Required

Once a retailer ships 200 cases of beverage alcohol into Nevada per fiscal year (running from July 1-June 30), it must register with the state as a Certificate of Compliance holder. This certificate is available for $50, and must be renewed each year that the retailer ships more than 200 cases. Normally, the Certificate of Compliance license is only available to parties that are licensed by the federal Trade and Tax Bureau; however, retailers can receive a Certificate of Compliance license if during the application process they send in an affidavit affirming that they are in good standing with their home state alcohol board in lieu of a federal production permit.

 

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.70 per gallon of still wine with an ABV of 14% or less and all sparkling wine and cider
$1.30 per gallon of still wine with an ABV between 14 and 22%
$0.16 per gallon of all beer
$3.60 per gallon of all spirits and all other alcoholic beverages with an ABV greater than 22%

Sales Tax: 6.85% + local rates; only businesses with nexus in Nevada are required to collect and remit sales taxes on their sales to residents (Nevada has economic nexus rules for non-local businesses making either $100,000 or more, or 200+ annual transactions in the district).

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: LIQ-STC, due monthly. 

Sales tax: TXR-01.01a SUT return

New Hampshire

 

Permitted

Yes - New Hampshire allows licensed off-premises retailers to direct ship all alcoholic beverages

Licenses Required

Only holders of a Direct Shipper’s License are permitted to ship beverage alcohol DtC to New Hampshire residents. The license costs $100 and must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits

Direct Shipper’s Licensees are limited to shipping no more than the equivalent of:
12 9-L cases of wine or cider per individual per year;
60 1-Liter bottles of spirits per individual per year; or
27 gallons of beer per individual per year

Customer Information

Direct Shipper’s Licensees must collect sales information, including the name and address of purchaser and recipient (if different), and the amount of product shipped for further reporting requirements.

 

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Dry Communities

There is one town in New Hampshire that prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages, including by DtC shipping: Ellsworth

Tax Rates

In lieu of excise or sales taxes, New Hampshire imposes a mark up of 8% on all DtC shipments of spirits into the state. This tax may be collected at the time of purchase from the customer.

Tax Reports

Direct Shipping Monthly Report, due monthly. This return is where the DtC shipper will remit the 8% tax and provide summary details of all shipments made in the previous month.

New Mexico

 

Permitted

Yes - New Mexico permits retailers located in reciprocal states (California, Idaho, or New Mexico) to ship wine to New Mexico consumers. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

As part of its reciprocity shipping rules, New Mexicodoes not require retailers to hold an additional license issued by New Mexicoto ship DtC. (All shipping retailers must hold an off-premises retail license issued by their home state.)

Volume Limits

New Mexico, and the other reciprocal DtC retailer states, limit shipments of wine to 2 cases per individual per month.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.45 per liter; New Mexico does not require retailers shipping DtC to remit excise tax

Sales Tax: 5.125% plus local rates; only retailers with nexus in New Mexico (physical or making annual revenue over $100,000 in the state) are required to collect and remit New Mexico sales tax.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: None required

Sales tax: CRS-1 Gross Receipts Return; only required for retailers with nexus in the state

North Dakota

 

Permitted

Yes - North Dakota allows licensed off-premises retailers to make DtC shipments of all alcoholic beverages

Licenses Required

Only holders of a Direct Shipping License are permitted to ship beverage alcohol DtC to North Dakota residents. The license costs $50 and must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits 

Direct Shipping Licensees are limited to shipping no more than 9 liters of alcoholic beverages per individual per month.

Customer Information

Direct Shipper’s Licensees must collect sales information, including the name and address of purchaser and recipient (if different), and the amount of product shipped for further reporting requirements.

Fulfillment House Requirements

All third-party fulfillment warehouses facilitating DtC sales to North Dakota residents must be licensed by the state.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.50 per gallon of wine with an ABV of 17% or less and all ciders
$0.60 per gallon of wine with an ABV greater than 17%
$0.16 per gallon of beer sold in bottles or cans
$2.50 per gallon of spirits

Sales Tax: 7%

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: Schedule H Excise Tax Report for wine and spirits, which is due annually; Schedule G Excise Tax Report for beer, which is due annually; these returns must also be accompanied by order-specific customer and shipment data.

Sales tax: ST Return

Shipping Reports

Per-order sales and customer data must be reported along with the monthly excise tax return.

Oregon

 

Permitted

Oregon permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship beer, wine, or cider directly to Oregon residents.

Licenses Required

Direct shippers are required to hold a Direct Shipper Permit issued by the Oregon Liquor Control Board prior to shipping into the state. This license costs $50 and must be renewed annually. In addition, Direct Shipper Permittees are required to hold a $1,000 bond guaranteeing future tax payments.

Volume Limits 

Direct shippers are prohibited from shipping more than 2 cases of beer, wine, or spirits per individual per month

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.67 per gallon of still wine with an ABV of 14% or less and sparkling wine
$0.77 per gallon of still wine with an ABV greater than 14%
$2.60 per 31-gallon barrel of beer and cider

Sales Tax: Oregon has no sales tax

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: OLCC DS-1 Shipping Report and Tax Return, due monthly. This return must include data summarizing invoice information for all shipments made.

Virginia

 

Permitted

Virginia permits licensed off-premises retailers direct ship beer, cider, and wine to Virginia residents. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping and tax purposes.

Licenses Required

Direct shippers are required to hold a Wine and/or Beer Shipper’s License issued by the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control prior to shipping into the state. This license costs $230 and must be renewed annually; first time applicants must also pay a $195 filing fee. An applicant can choose to be a shipper of beer or wine only, or of both product types at once.

Volume Limits 

Direct shippers are prohibited from shipping more than 2 cases of beer or 2 cases of wine per individual per month. Virginia defines a case of wine to contain no more than 9 liters, and a case of beer to contain no more than 288 ounces.

Product Registration / Notification

An applicant for a Wine and/or Beer Shipper’s License must indicate all of the brands it intends to ship DtC to Virginia residents. An applicant that does not own or otherwise control the distribution rights of any such brand(s) in Virginia must have written consent from the brand owner(s) indicating that they have permission to sell them DtC into the state, which the brand owner(s) may withdraw at any time. This condition would likely apply to all retailer licensees applying for a Wine and/or Beer Shipper’s License.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax:$0.40 per liter of all wine and cider
$0.2565 per gallon of beer

Sales Tax: 4.3% plus local rates

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: Virginia Direct Shipper’s Report, due monthly. This return must include data summarizing invoice information for all shipments made.

Sales Tax: ST-8 Return for Remote Sellers; ST-9 Return for businesses physically present in Virginia

West Virginia

 

Permitted

West Virginia permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship wine only to West Virginia residents. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping and tax purposes.

Licenses Required

Direct shippers are required to hold a Direct Shipper’s license issued by the West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Commission; this license costs $150 to ship only table wine or $250 to also ship non-fortified dessert wine, sherry, port, and madeira. This license must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits

Direct shippers are prohibited from shipping more than 2 cases of wine per individual per month.

Dry Communities

Direct shippers are prohibited from shipping to any locality in West Virginia that has voted to prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages. Currently, this includes the town of Brandonville in Preston County and all of Calhoun County.

Product Registration / Notification

Retailers who are licensed as Direct Shippers will need to provide the ABCC with a list of the brands they intend to sell DtC into the state. While not required, it is a best practice to also have authority to sell these brands DtC from the brand owner.

 

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Shipping Notices

All shipments of wine going to West Virginia must include either a copy of the state-provided Blood Alcohol and the Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Charts, or the shipper must send an electronic communication to the consumer directing them to the state pages for these charts.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: $0.2641 per liter

Sales Tax: 11% plus local rates. West Virginia’s standard sales tax rate is 6%, and an additional 5% Municipal tax applies to sales of alcoholic beverages.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: WNE-02 Wine Excise Tax Return, due monthly. This return must include data summarizing invoice information for all shipments made.

Sales Tax: CST-200CU Sales Tax Return; CST-270 Municipal Liquor/Wine Tax Return; both returns must be filed for the separate applicable taxes.

Wyoming

 

Permitted

Wyoming permits licensed off-premises retailers to ship wine only to Wyoming residents. Ciders made from real fermented fruit juices are treated as a wine product for shipping purposes.

Licenses Required

Direct shippers are required to first obtain an Out-of-State Wine Shipper license issued by the Wyoming Liquor Control Division. This license costs $50 and must be renewed annually.

Volume Limits

Direct shippers are prohibited from shipping more than 36 liters of wine per household per year.

Product Restrictions

Wyoming does not permit direct shippers to ship any wines that are currently listed for sale through the state’s control board. This restriction applies at the specific bottle level; therefore if a label is sold only at a 750mL size through the control board, that same label may be sold DtC in a 1L format.

Shipping Restrictions

All packages of alcoholic beverages must be clearly labeled, “Contains Alcohol: Signature of a person aged 21 years or older required for delivery.” In addition, only licensed carriers may deliver packages containing alcohol.

Tax Rates

Excise Tax: Wyoming does not charge excise tax on DtC sales of wine. Instead, it required direct shippers to collect and remit a 12% “markup” fee on all DtC sales of wine. This markup may be collected from the consumer at the time of purchase.

Sales Tax:4% plus local rates; Wyoming does not require direct shippers to collect and remit the state sales tax as a condition of getting a Wine Shipper License. However, businesses with economic nexus in Wyoming (making over $100,000 in annual revenue in the state) must then collect and remit the state and local sales tax on top of the 12% markup listed above.

Tax Reports

Excise Tax: Wyoming Out-of-State Wine Shipper Tax Report. This return must include data summarizing invoice information for all shipments made.

Sales Tax: Form 41-1 Sales and Use Tax Return; only required from businesses with nexus in Wyoming

No DtC Shipping for Retailers

The following states do not currently allow for direct-to-consumer shipping of alcohol from out-of-state sellers.

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Colorado
  • Delaware
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachussets
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Washington
  • Wisconsin