How do I check inventory at LCBO?

How do I check inventory at LCBO?

You can check the website or mobile app later to see if an item is back in stock or you can check availability at LCBO stores.

What does the LCBO have?

About the LCBO To deliver remarkable experiences as the trusted destination for the world’s wines, beers and spirits. The LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) is an Ontario government enterprise and one of the world’s largest buyers and retailers of beverage alcohol.

How do I get my product into the LCBO?

The first step to submitting your product for consideration is to review the current Product Needs Letter, also known as Open Calls….LCBO Portfolio Submissions

  1. LCBO Portfolio Submissions.
  3. Destination Collection.
  4. Product Calls (formerly Product Needs)
  5. Introducing Product To Retail Stores.

Where can I buy spirits in Ontario?

In Ontario, anyone 19 years of age or older may buy liquor or wine from the “LCBO” (government-run liquor stores). Beer may be purchased from “The Beer Store”. These outlets are located throughout Ontario. Domestic wines are also available from retail wine stores in most of our larger cities.

Can I return bad wine to LCBO?

The LCBO will refund your money for badly flawed wine. Just don’t try to return a bottle that’s less than half empty – that’s just dumb – or a bottle that’s died from living too long in your cellar. If it is bad, you will not get past the first glass.

How many LCBO stores are there in Ontario?

There are about 280 LCBO Convenience outlets operating across Ontario. Find one near you.

How do I become a wine importer in Ontario?

Be an Ontario resident 19 years of age or older; Be importing products for personal use only; Not exceed a total of 45-litres of beverage alcohol (any combination of wine, spirits or beer); Provide documentation indicating the value of your shipment (supplier invoices, etc.)

Does LCBO have tax?

The LCBO is one of the very few places where the price on the shelf is the price you pay – it includes the Harmonized Sales Tax (13%) and all the excise taxes (which depend on a number of factors). If the shelf says $19.99, that’s what you’ll pay at the register.

Are there private liquor stores in Ontario?

Jurisdictional overview. In Ontario, beverage alcohol retailers include the government-owned Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO), and private businesses, such as the Beer Store, authorized grocery stores, and manufacturers’ off- and on-site retail stores. The LCBO is the largest alcohol retailer in Canada.