To open an account with ID Beverage Group LLC, you must complete the New Account Form Application.
You may apply online, or you may download the Account Form Application in PDF format by clicking one of the links below.

We can also fax it to your place of business. If you would like the form faxed to you, please call 718-626-6016.


Please note, the following information will be required of you when opening a new account:

  • A valid license issued from the New York State Liquor Authority
  • A completed ST-120 form and a copy of the Certificate of Authority

  • Click here to download the ST-120 form. Download ST-120 Form PDF

  • In order for ID Beverage Group LLC to extend credit terms, a personal guarantee is required.

Reminder: Please fax, email, or mail the ST-120 form as well as the New Account Form (if you did not apply online) when you have completed the forms.

  • You can fax the forms and other requirements to 718-784-6017.
  • You can email the forms and other requirements to
  • You can mail the forms and other requirements to 18-13B 42nd St - Astoria, Ny 11105

If you have any questions completing the form please call 718-626-6016.

Notice in Connection of Default Notification

To our Valued Customers,

In an effort to provide better customer service, we are offering a new option for retailers to receive notifications of pending payment defaults via email. As you know, when the retail licensee fails to pay for goods sold and delivered by the final payment date, a wholesaler is required to notify the New York State Authority (SLA). If payment is not received by the notification date set by statute, the retail licensee is placed on a delinquent list and cannot be given credit by any wholesaler until it is removed from the list. 

Many retailers have complained that they find themselves on the list when they did not know that they had failed to make timely payment. In order to help address this, the SLA has authorized retail licensees who wish to obtain notices of pending payment defaults by email rather than first-class mail.