Welcome to the Official Website of the Indian Trail Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Here you will learn about the Indian Trail ABC Board and find information regarding the sale of spirituous liquors in Indian Trail.
The Indian Trail ABC Board serves the citizens of Indian Trail by providing a pleasant shopping experience for our customers while at the same time controlling the sale of spirituous liquor and enforcing the laws and rules of North Carolina. The Indian Trail ABC Board has a zero tolerance attitude for the purchase of spirituous liquor by underage persons and we strive to provide our employees with the training to keep spirituous liquor out of the hands of underage persons.
In addition, the sale of spirituous liquors generates revenue for our state and local governments. The Indian Trail ABC Board is self-sufficient and a separate entity of the town of Indian Trail. The Indian Trail Town Council is the Appointing authority to the Indian Trail ABC Board.
We hope that you enjoy browsing our website and that your shopping experience in our Indian Trail ABC stores is a pleasant one. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please click here to contact us.
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Yes. The retail price of spirituous liquor sold in North Carolina ABC stores shall be uniform throughout the state. There are monthly discounts on selected items.
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, & Discover at all locations.
In North Carolina, there are only four (4) accepted forms of identification that you can use to purchase alcoholic beverages. They are:
- A valid driver’s license with the photograph of the person making the purchase.
- A U.S. Military Identification with a photograph of the person making the purchase.
- An official Special Identification card from any state with a photograph of the person making the purchase.
- An official passport issued by any nation with a photograph of the person making the purchase.
No. ABC Board policy states that items cannot be exchanged or refunded once the item has left the store.
Without a permit, a person may purchase at one time:
- Not more than 80 liters of malt beverages.
- Any amount of draft malt beverages.
- Not more than 50 liters of unfortified wine.
- Not more than 8 liters of either fortified wine or spirituous liquor, or 8 liters of the two combined.
No. We are employees of the Indian Trail ABC Board, a separate entity from the county or state.
An establishment holding mixed beverage, brown bagging or special occasion permits must have an employee who is at least 21 years of age in charge of the licensed premises at all times. Bartenders must be 21 years of age to mix drinks containing spirits. Waiters and waitresses in on-premise establishments who serve or sell alcoholic beverages must be 18 years of age. Minors 16 and 17 years of age may be employed if they do not prepare, sell, serve or deliver alcoholic beverages at on-premise establishments. Malt beverage, fortified and unfortified wine permittees shall have an employee who is 18 years of age in charge. Minors may work at off-premise establishments (beer and/or wine) in any capacity, subject to the rules set by the North Carolina Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division.
By law, ABC stores can be open between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday and must be closed on Sundays. The local board shall otherwise determine opening and closing hours of its stores.
All spirituous alcoholic beverages sold by local ABC stores are ordered from the State Warehouse in Raleigh.
If you are interested in employment, you will need to contact our office.
No. They pay the same price as any other customer.