So, here are the Licenses I would be interested in getting in descending order of importance to what I am doing.
And if you look at the first one, the Liquor License, the Retail alcohol sales license. It looks like they might just do a background check and maybe an address check to make sure that you are zoned for retail or something. But the only license that asks for something like a "Blue-print of your location" is the Distilling License, it seems like the retail license is really easy to get. And why wouldn't it be? They always say "If it were easy, everyone would do it" and basically everyone gets a liquor license (Restaurants, etc). And they don't want to make it hard for everyone, which makes sense.
And, has anyone ever heard of anyone getting a liquor license and selling $1 cups of Beer at parties? And what kind of license would you need if you were going to sell bottles to people like a grocery store does, instead of like a bar does? Is there a difference in licensing, or would those 2 things be the same?
Also, where does Cider stand as far as legal Classification? Is it a Beer or Wine or what is it exactly when you are getting a license for it? And do you think that same license would cover Banana Beer or things like Sangria?
If anyone has any more information on this than I do, please share it here.