off-sales


Also found in: Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

off-sales

pl n
Brit sales of alcoholic drink for consumption off the premises by a pub or an off-licence attached to a pub
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
SINCE the minimum unit price on alcohol was introduced, I have noticed some off-sales are charging way over the odds for normal-strength beers.
The market in British wine is now worth pounds 23 million a year, although even when combined with low-alcohol versions it still only accounts for 1.6% of off-sales.
Beer Store spokesman Jeff Newton said the allegations are "inaccurate, misleading, and not supported by real facts." He dismissed Minhas' claim The Beer Store--retailing 85% of Ontario beer off-sales and one of two Ontario licenced beer retailers--does not support non-owners.
YET another off-sales licence was awarded to a premises in Kensington for the sale of alcohol into the early hours of the morning.
THE SNP's youth wing has failed in a bid to kill off the proposed ban on under-21s buying alcohol from off-sales.
The people dismissing measures such as raising the off-sales age limit to 21 and introducing separate supermarket tills said the smoking ban was a waste of time too.
Don Johnson, the association's director responsible for all members within the 807 telephone area code, explained that "off-sales" would mean survival for some of the hotel owners in his jurisdiction.
Councillors introduced the tough rules on off-sales applications in a bid to tackle alcohol-related illness and crime.
A NATIONALIST plan to bar under-21s from buying drink in off-sales will be under threat next week.
THOUSANDS of Scots face a booze drought as huge hikes in licence fees force village off-sales to close.