Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar

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Alcohol Sales Disclosure

Who May Request Alcohol Sales Information

A person holding one or more of the following permits and licenses with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission may request from the Comptroller certain information about alcoholic beverages the person currently distributes:

  • wholesalers (W, X and LX);
  • nonresident sellers (S);
  • distributors (BB, BD and BC);

Disclosure of Report Information

The Comptroller must disclose to a qualified requestor information reported to this office about net sales to a retailer by quantity, brand and size. The Comptroller, however, cannot disclose information reported to this office about products formerly distributed by a requestor.

How to Request Sales Data

A person wanting to request alcohol sales data must register by completing the Certification of Eligibility to Request Data from the Alcohol Sales Report (AP-230).

After successful registration, a requestor will use TxComptroller eSystems (formerly MyCPA) to create a personal login account, or log in to an existing account, and submit a request.

Use the Request Alcohol Sales Data Visual Guide to assist wholesalers, distributors and nonresident sellers in requesting alcohol sales data. We are updating the guide to account for the name change from MyCPA to TxComptroller eSystems. In the meantime, it can still be used as an aid to request and receive alcohol sales data.

Requests submitted Monday through Friday before 10 p.m. (CST) should run overnight and be available the next working day. Requests submitted after 10 p.m. Monday through Friday will be available in two working days. For example, a request submitted on Saturday will be available on Tuesday morning.

Request Sales Data by Universal Product Code (UPC)

Requests for sales information are made by the manufacturer’s UPC; this is not a SKU code or other internal code.

Required Plug-ins

In 2015, the Texas Legislature passed House Bill 855, which requires state agencies to publish a list of the three most commonly used Web browsers on their websites. The Texas Comptroller’s most commonly used Web browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Apple Safari.