The general purposes of the Alcohol & Tobacco Commission's work, as defined by law, are:
To protect the economic welfare, health, peace, and morals of the people of this state
To regulate and limit the manufacture, sale, possession, and use of alcohol and alcoholic beverages
To regulate the sale, possession, and distribution of tobacco products
To provide for the raising of revenue
Notice - The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is aware of the United States Supreme Court decision made in Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Thomas. The Commission is currently reviewing the opinion to determine how, if at all, the decision will impact Indiana’s alcohol laws and permittees.
Notice - The Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission and the Indiana State Excise Police announce the start of the PACE program (Proactive Alcohol Compliance Enforcement).