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(A) A Class B-1 or D-2 liquor licensee may hold a product sampling event at its licensed retail location once per month. For the purpose of this section a PRODUCT SAMPLING EVENT is defined as an event encompassing no more than eight continuous hours at which wine, beer or spirits is dispensed to consumers. Up to three samples, consisting of no more than:
(1) One-quarter ounce of distilled spirits;
(2) One ounce of wine; or
(3) Two ounces of beer may be served to one consumer at any event for which the license holder makes no charge and receives no monetary consideration.
(B) The license holder must comply with the then current policy of the Illinois Liquor Control Commission, and the Mayor must be notified by the license holder, in writing, five days in advance of the product sampling event, of the time, date and location of the event.
(C) The product sampling event will take place within the licensed premises as specified in the original license application. The product sampling event will not conflict with or otherwise violate this or any other ordinance of the city.
(Ord. 2011-5333, passed 11-15-2011; Am. Ord. 2020-5427, passed 2-4-2020)