Alcohol Wholesalers offer alcohol products to retailers. This can include pourable beverages such as kegs to resale items such as six packs. Beverages can include beer, wine, spirits and malt liquor. Usually, alcohol wholesalers get their licenses and permits from their states, but in some cases must also have local licenses as well.
The town named for Sir Walter Raleigh has its roots deep in colonial times. However, Raleigh has kept up with modern times and today is knows as a center for biotech research. As North Carolina's second most populous city, it's a hub of shipping for the retail and grocery industry. Raleigh's economy also includes banking/financial services, electrical, medical, electronics, telecommunications equipment, apparel, food processing, paper products; and pharmaceutical sectors. North Carolina regulates business more so than its cities. Accordingly, Raleigh has relatively few business licenses and permits compared to the state government. That means entrepreneurs looking to set up shop in Raleigh won't face too much local bureaucracy.