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Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission

Mission Statement

The general purposes of the Alcohol & Tobacco Commission's work, as defined by law, are:

  • To protect the economic welfare, health, peace, and morals of the people of this state
  • To regulate and limit the manufacture, sale, possession, and use of alcohol and alcoholic beverages
  • To regulate the sale, possession, and distribution of tobacco products
  • To provide for the raising of revenue  

ATC Information

Scheduled Appeal Hearings - To view a list of currently scheduled ATC appeal hearings, click here 

Online Certified Server Training - The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission now offers free, online certified server training. To learn about the process and start the training, click here.    

Artisan Distiller Eligibility - IC 7.1-3-27-5 outlines the eligibility requirements. These are the requirements that exist permanently. However, an exception exists but there is a limited window of opportunity to take advantage of the exception. The exception is outlined in IC 7.1-3-27-7.  In order to be exempt from the underlying permit requirement, all of the conditions in section 7 must be met as of January 1, 2014.  In other words, only entities holding a TTB distiller permit as of January 1, 2014 may obtain an artisan distiller permit without having operated a winery, brewer or distiller permit for three years preceding the date of the application. 

Notice from the Attorney General's Office –   The brand Kentucky Select RYO made by U.S. Flue-Cured Tobacco Growers, Inc. will be removed from Indiana's Directory effective September 23, 2014.  On September 23, 2014 and thereafter, no retailer/dealer or distributor will be allowed to sell/possess said products.