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1 W. Main St. | Newcastle, WY 82701

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County Clerk Becky Hadlock, Deputy Clerk Amber Green
Assistant Deputy Clerk Jennifer Liggett



Liquor Licenses

The Weston County Board of Commissioners issue liquor licenses for businesses located outside the incorporated cities or towns in Weston County.  There are different types of licenses 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 a Liquor License within an incorporated area must be made with the City or Town Clerk.*

Application for New License

Application for a new liquor license must be made with the Weston County Clerk.  You may request a form from the County Clerk’s Office; all forms must be signed and notarized.  The application must be accompanied by all required documentation and submitted to the County Clerk, along with the license fees and notice of hearing publication fees.


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Types of Liquor Licenses and Fees

Notice of Hearing Publication Cost Fees vary
Transfer of Ownership or Transfer of Location $100.00
Annual Permits Annual Fee
Retail Liquor License within 5 miles of a City or Town $1000.00
Retail Liquor License more than 5 miles from City or Town $650.00
Restaurant Liquor License $1000.00
County Retail Malt Beverage Permit $100.00
Limited (Club) License $150.00
Bar and Grill Permit $1500.00
Microbrewery Permit Not Set
Resort Liquor License Not  Set
Winery Permit Not Set
24-Hour Permits  Fees
Catering Permit $25.00/Day
Malt Beverage Permit $25.00/Day
24 Hour Permit Form Click Here for Form

All County Liquor License Applications and 24 Hour Permits can be obtained from the Weston County Clerk’s Office, 1 West Main, Newcastle, WY 82701.

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Types of Licenses & Permits

Tony Barton
Chairman of the Weston County Commission

Past County Elected Officials
Lists of former county elected officials are now available online! These date back to 1915!