Molly McMinn mixes drinks at Schooners bar in Cayucos, which offers a view of the ocean and pier. For the third straight year, the Alcoholic Beverage Control company didn’t allow SLO County a new general alcohol license, meaning those who have them are in possession of valuable assets.
Molly McMinn mixes drinks at Schooners bar in Cayucos, which offers a view of the ocean and pier. For the third straight year, the Alcoholic Beverage Control company didn’t allow SLO County a new general alcohol license, meaning those who have them are in possession of valuable assets. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com
Molly McMinn mixes drinks at Schooners bar in Cayucos, which offers a view of the ocean and pier. For the third straight year, the Alcoholic Beverage Control company didn’t allow SLO County a new general alcohol license, meaning those who have them are in possession of valuable assets. David Middlecamp dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

SLO County won’t receive any new general alcohol licenses — for the 3rd straight year

August 09, 2018 05:58 PM