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  • Disneyland Resort's Alcohol Permits

    With all the talk about what licenses belong where, and what is "permitted" on Disney Property or elsewhere, I thought I'd get the actual licence information.

    This is all public record information, but the way.

    First, here's the Alcohol license for Club 33. Pertinent information appears below:

    Primary Owner: CLUB 33ABC Office of Application: SANTA ANA Business Name Doing Business As: CLUB 33 DISNEYLAND Business Address
    Address: 1400 DISNEYLAND DR 2ND FLR Census Tract: 0875.01City: ANAHEIM County: ORANGEState: CA Zip Code: 92802 Licensee Information Licensee: CLUB 33 Company Officer Information Officer: EISNER MICHAEL D, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Officer: DISNEY ROY E, CHAIRMAN Officer: GREEN JUDSON C, DIRECTOR/GENERAL MANAGER Officer: LITVACK SANFORD M, DIRECTOR/GENERAL MANAGER Officer: PRESSLER PAUL, PRESIDENT
    Second, here's the license for Espn Zone. Espn zone, as you can see at the bottom of the page, has had some problems with the law.

    License Number: 358715 Status: ACTIVEPrimary Owner: WALT DISNEY WORLD COABC Office of Application: SANTA ANA Business Name Doing Business As: ESPN ZONE Business Address
    Address: 1545 DISNEYLAND DRIVE Census Tract: 0875.01City: ANAHEIM County: ORANGEState: CA Zip Code: 92802
    The license for Paradise Pier appears at this link.

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    Thanks for posting these! Very interesting reading!
    I have some questions tho... in ref to the ESPN one...

    ok, what the heck is a "contaminated a/b" ????????

    also what is "adulterated bottles" ?????????

    Never heard of those before... but then again, I don't often frequent
    facilities housing alcoholic beverages for sale, nor does our police dept
    here deal much with these things... it is usually the state board of
    licensing or the health dept.

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    • #3
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      VERY interesting stuff! Good sleuthing!

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      • #4
        Re: Disneyland Resort's Alcohol Permits

        Originally posted by MSEPLightningBug
        ...I have some questions tho... in ref to the ESPN one...

        ok, what the heck is a "contaminated a/b" ????????

        also what is "adulterated bottles" ?????????

        ...
        I had the same questions as I read the report. Don't know what "contaminated a/b" is but perhaps "adulterated bottles" mean they're addin' water to vodka, so to speak? Or... a bartender friend told me once that it's against the law to add liquor to a smaller bottle from a bigger one here in New York...... something about how you could pour a less expensive brand of liquor into a more expensive brand's bottle...

        Hmmmm.....

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        • #5
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          I did a little "sleuthing" myself. An adulterated bottle is a bottle that contains one item, yet has a different item inside.

          If I had a bottle of Jose Cuervo and it had a Patron label on it, the bottle has been adulterated.

          (That sounds a little naughty!)
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          • #6
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            The license for Paradise Pier appears to be canx? Is this from the old HOTEL?
            Jason

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            • #7
              Re: Disneyland Resort's Alcohol Permits

              Originally posted by IndianaJenn
              I did a little "sleuthing" myself. An adulterated bottle is a bottle that contains one item, yet has a different item inside.

              If I had a bottle of Jose Cuervo and it had a Patron label on it, the bottle has been adulterated.

              (That sounds a little naughty!)
              Ah ha!! Thank you!

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              • #8
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                Yes, traditionally bars have increased profits by putting cheaper liquor into more expensive bottles, or by diluting the content of the liquor in bottles. That's a violation of the law, and thus also a violation of the liquor license.

                By the way, that's also the reason, it's said, that wine bottles are always opened in front of you - so that you can see that the bottle was sealed, and make sure the cork matches the bottle, and that no "substitutions" were made.

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                • #9
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                  The selling to an underage, and undercover, minor, should be an interesting story. But the worst violation to me is the PC 347b.

                  Contaminated Bottles (insects, etc.) – 347b PC. 5 day suspension.


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                  • #10
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                    And note that the "adulterated bottles" cost them $3,000. Probably a drop in the bucket to them, but ouch!

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                    • #11
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                      Very Interesting!

                      Thanks for the answers all! You learn something every day!

                      Never knew bars could be so sneaky!

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                      • #12
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                        Actually, the most common reason bars get caught for adulterated bottles is just the fact that a bartender is trying to "clean up" and takes for example, 2 bottles of Jose Quervo Gold that are about 1/3'rd full and "marrys" them to save space. Alas, this is a no-no, as it could be just as much as pouring the call brand in the Jose Quervo bottle. But ABC will cite no matter what, once the bottle is open, you can pour it into another bottle, no matter what, to protect the consumer.
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                        • #13
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                          Good stuff, mate!
                          5.6 miles away from the entrance of POTC!

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                          • #14
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                            Also, Opus1guy on mousepad.com posted the original Club 33 certificate, which appears below, for history's sake:

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