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Glass BottlesThe Beverage and Bottled Water Inspection and Licensing Program provides licensing and regulation of bottlers of water and other beverages located in New Hampshire and registration of beverages and bottled water outside New Hampshire but sold within the state.

NH-Based Bottlers & Manufacturers

Bottlers located in the State of New Hampshire applying for a beverage license must:

  • Comply with all applicable requirements in New Hampshire Statute RSA 143 and New Hampshire Administrative Rule He-P 2100;
  • Submit a completed beverage license application which is reviewed and approved by the Beverage and Bottled Water Inspection and Licensing Program; and
  • Continue to comply with all applicable requirements as determined by sanitary inspections and review of all testing records and sanitation results.

NH-Based License Applications

Out-of-State Bottlers and Manufacturers

Bottlers located outside the State of New Hampshire, or their agents, applying for a beverage license must:

  • Comply with all applicable requirements in New Hampshire Statute RSA 143 and New Hampshire Administrative Rule He-P 2100; and
  • Submit a completed beverage registration application, which is reviewed and approved by the Beverage and Bottled Water Inspection and Licensing Program.

Out-of-State License Applications

All licenses and registrations expire on January 1st of the year after issuance.

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