50 Unique Liquor Store Names
Let’s face it, there will always be a demand for alcohol so as long as it’s legal, which makes for a nearly economy-proof line of business!
Okay, not really “economy-proof” per se, but as long as people have money, you’re store will be pretty financially secure!
How to Name Your Business
How to Open a Liquor Store
Opening a liquor store doesn’t have to be a lengthy process, but it does require a lump sum to begin! Liquor is not cheap, even buying it wholesale.
First things first though, you need to find a prime location. Look for a storefront nearby clubs, bars, tattoo shops, adult stores, and anything of the like as these stores will already have a customer base that will likely want to check your store out as well!
Found a good location? Great! Sign that contract and move onto getting the appropriate licensing. Most, if not all places will require some kind of special liquor store license which is something you will want to get in order to operate legally. Also, you will certainly need to register your business with the state’s Division of Corporations and on a local level with the city and/or county. This kind of registration will be more for tax purposes and is completely necessary! Beware: Liquor licenses can be very scarce, and very expensive!
In the midst of everything else, you need to figure out how you’re going to stock your store and keep it organized. You can build custom shelving which is much cheaper, or you can purchase shelving. You also need stock for that shelving so begin exploring options as far as suppliers go. Be sure to compare prices between suppliers and see if you can haggle a bit too. In this hungry economy, you’ll probably be surprised how much of a discount you can really score.
Have a location, licensing, and a supplier all set to go? Perfect! One more thing you want to make sure you do is market your business! Begin putting out “coming soon” advertisements months before you open your doors, and even schedule a grand opening event to draw in a crowd. Oh, one more thing you will need to draw people in is a liquor store name!
Liquor Store Names
Names can seriously make or break a business, so you will want to make sure your name puts forth a good impression from the get go! Just what should you be looking for in liquor store names? Here are some things worth considering:
- Types of beverages: If you are selling only liquor, then it’s pretty cut and dry. If you’ll also be selling wine and craft beer, then try to make this clear in the name one way or another.
- Use location: Location, location, location! You are a liquor store owner, therefore, you're up against a lot of competition. So, how do you go about getting the customers to go to you instead of them? Using the location in the name can help them find you easier, believe it or not!
- Your name: There’s never anything wrong with naming your store after YOU! Stand proud as an entrepreneur, and let everyone know who owns the place!
- Alliterations: Alliterations, going back to 7th grade english, are nothing but a repetition of the same sound in subsequent words. Ex. Lenny’s Liquorland
Now for some liquor store names that are good possibilities:
Hilltop Liquor Store
Once Upon a Bottle
The Tap House
Under the Shaker Liquor Store
Stars N' Stripes Liquor Store
Hangover Street Liquors
Open Door Liquor Store
Streetlights Liquor Shop
Cheers Wine and Spirits
Ye Olde Liquor Shoppe
Clacking Glasses Liquor Store
The Scotch Shop
Tilted Glasses Liquor Store
Happy Hours Wine and Spirits
Drip Drop Liquors
Martini Glass Liquors
The Liquor Tap
The Great Olive Liquor Store
Tequila Terrace Liquors
ABC Liquor Shop
The Brown Bag Liquor Shop
Brown Baggin' It Adult Beverages
Above the Influence Liquor Store
Happy Tap Liquors
On the Bayou Liquors
Fancy Liquor Store
Larry's Liquor Barn
Your Time Liquor Store
Live the dream and open your own liquor store!
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