The PLCB must have a certificate of liability insurance on file from each interested party, including but not limited to the vendor of record, tasting scheduling company, winery or distillery, etc. Each interested party must document, at minimum, current general liability limits of $1 million per occurrence and $2 million per occurrence annual aggregate. In addition to these general liability limits, each interested party must document, at minimum, current liquor liability coverage in the amount of $1 million per occurrence and $2 million aggregate. The PLCB must be named as an additional insured on all certificates of liability insurance
By way of example, if Brand X is being scheduled for an in-store tasting to be conducted by an event company on behalf of a vendor of record, then separate certificates of liability insurance demonstrating the above-noted minimum insurance requirements must be submitted for the manufacturer, the vendor of record (if not the manufacturer), and the event company performing the tasting.
No tastings will be scheduled until all required certificates of liability insurance are received.
Mail certificates of liability insurance to:
To see the Indemnity Form, please click here.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
204 Northwest Office Building
Attn: Tasting Scheduler Administrator