Licensing in Crook County
County Commissioners issue liquor licenses to businesses located in Crook County outside the incorporated cities or towns. Different kinds of licenses are available and all are regulated by state laws. The Wyoming Department of Revenue, Liquor Division, reviews all applications for compliance with sales tax and dispensing regulations.
Application for License
Application for a new liquor license must be made with the County Clerk. You can print the application from this site, complete it, sign and have it notarized. It must be accompanied by all documents required by the application and the County and submitted to the County Clerk, along with the license fees and notice of hearing publication fees.
Requests to renew existing licenses come before the County Commissioners at their meeting held in September of each year. All interested parties are invited to attend and be heard.
Types of Liquor Licenses and Fees
|Notice of Hearing Publication Cost||Fee will vary|
|Transfer of Ownership or Location||$100|
|County Retail Malt Beverage Permit||$200|
|Resort License||Not Set|
|Limited (Club) License||Not Set|
|Microbrewery Permit||Not Set|
|Winery Permit||Not Set|
|Bar and Grill Permit||Not Set|
|Malt Beverage Permit||Varies|
Liquor license applications can be obtained from the County Clerk’s Office or by the attached link.
Application for 24 hour malt beverage or catering permit can be obtained from the County Clerk’s Office or by the attached link.
Applications for 24 hour malt beverage or catering RALLY permit can be obtained from the County Clerk’s Office or by the attached link.
We strive to keep the fees on this website current, if you have any questions, please contact the County Clerk’s Office.