It's against the law to sell liquor to customers under 18 years old. It's our policy in store to ask
customers who appear to be 25 years or under to show ID so please don't be offended if we ask you.
Sections 17 to 20, and 64, Sale and Supply ofAlcohol Act 2012
Pursuant to the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 201 2 (the Act), PADDA ENTERPRISES LIMITED (the licensee) is authorised to sell alcohol on the premises situated at l , Durham Avenue, Tamatea, Napier and known as "Big Barrel Tamatea", to any person for consumption off the premises and to supply alcohol free, as a sample, for consumption on the premises, and to sell alcohol on or from the premises and deliver it somewhere else.
The authority conferred by this licence must be exercised through a manager or managers appointed by the licensee in accordance with Subpart 7 of Part 2 of the Act.
This licence is subject to the following conditions:
No alcohol is to be sold or delivered on Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, or before 1 pm on Anzac Day: (b) Alcohol may be sold only on the following days and during the following hours:
Monday to Sunday 9.00am to 10.00pm
The whole of the premises is designated as a supervised area.
(d) The following steps must be taken by the licensee to ensure that the provisions of this Act relating to the sale of alcohol to prohibited persons are observed:
Appropriate signs must be prominently displayed adjacent to every point of sale detailing the statutory restrictions on the supply of liquor to minors and the complete prohibition on sales to intoxicated persons. Single container sales conditions:
The licensee shall not sell single shots or RTD's.
The licensee shall not break down and sell undamaged packaged mainstream beers in single bottles or cans. This restriction does not prevent:
Single sales of craft beers,
Sales of two or more containers of mainstream beers originating from a damaged package (which shall be bagged before the customer leaves the premises).
Sales of four or six containers of mainstream beers held together by plastic strips.
(f) At any time while alcohol is being supplied free as a sample on the premises, drinking water is to be freely available to customers. This must be located and available from the same place at which the free sample is given.
The premises for the sale and delivery of alcohol and the principal entrance for the display of signs and the licence, are more precisely identified as outlined in a plan date stamped as received by the Napier District Licensing Committee on the
1 9th December 2009
Subject to the requirements of the Act relating to the payment of fees, and to the provisions of the Act relating to the suspension and cancellation of licences, this licence continues in force— Either— until the close of the period for which it was last renewed; or if it has never been renewed, until the close of the period of 12 months after the day it was issued; but
(b) If an application for the renewal of the licence is duly made before the licence would otherwise expire, either— until the close of the period of 3 years after the period for which it was last renewed; or if it has never been renewed, until the close of the period of 4 years after the day it was issued.
ORIGINALLY DATED at Napier on the 29th day of January 2009
Subject to the requirements of the Act relating to axment ees, and to the provisions of the Act relating to the suspension and cancellation of licences, the licence expires on:
29th January 2021
Note: This licence replaces licence number 30/0FF/0581/2015 issued by the Napier District Licensing Committee
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