Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts Tax
Total Receipts / Top 20 Cities 
This chart compares the total mixed beverage gross receipts for Texas' top 20 cities. The rankings are based upon the reported mixed beverage gross receipts for the selected calendar year.
Using Filters / Viewing Additional Data 
Change the "Obligation End Date" to view totals for other years.
1. Click on “Filters”. 
2. Select year under "Obligation End Date".
3. Click the "X" to close filter window.
Note:  "Clear All Filters" and "Reset" will display the total of all data available.

Number of Reporting Outlets / Top 20 Cities 
This chart presents the number of outlets in Texas' top 20 cities for the selected month and year.  
Using Filters / Viewing Additional Data 
Change the "Obligation End Date" to view the number of reporting outlets for a specific month. 
1. Click on “Filters”. 
2. Select month and year under "Obligation End Date".
3. Click "Apply". 
4. Click the "X" to close filter window. 
Note: "Reset" will default to the first time period for which data is available.

Total Receipts / Beer, Wine and Liquor / 2015-Present
Hover your cursor over the chart to reveal beer, wine and liquor receipts for specific months. Filter "TABC Permit Number" or "Location City" fields for more detailed information. Please choose one selection criterion at a time. Selecting several TABC permits or location cities will skew the results.
Using Filters / Viewing Additional Data 
1. Click on “Filters”. 
2. Click on "TABC Permit Number" or "Location City" field.   
3. Click on desired variable or enter your search criterion.   

4. Click "Apply" at the bottom of the filter list.  
5. Reset to clear selections. 
6. Click the "X" to close filter window. 

Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts Tax
This file contains data about taxpayers who pay mixed beverage gross receipts tax (MBGRT). The information in the file includes the amounts of monthly gross receipts reported for beer, wine, liquor, and total receipts at each taxpayer’s location. Ten years of data are included in the file.
MBGRT is one of the top 10 sources of tax revenue in Texas. Receipt and tax amounts reported by taxpayers are confidential for many tax types. Because MBGRT amounts are public, data developers may want to use the dollar figures to develop comparisons at the municipal, county or regional level.  Users may want to create custom visualizations based on the areas provided. Cities may wish to gather MBGRT information by the outlet city for financial reports and budget projections.
Before downloading data, be sure to review the “Mixed Beverage Layout” document in the “Attachments” section on the Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts preview page. The layout gives short explanations for the different fields in the file. It’s important to note that the “Total Receipts” field does not represent the amount of tax due by the taxpayer. Rather, it represents the gross receipts reported for beer, wine and liquor. The current MBGRT rate is 6.7% of the total receipts.
One of the fields in the data file contains the permit type. The first two characters of the “TABC Permit Number” field indicate the type of permit issued by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC). They help distinguish the types of establishments. For example, a TABC permit number that begins with “MB” indicates establishments that sell beer, wine, and liquor. A permit number that begins with “N_” indicates a private club that can serve its members and their guests. A list of permit types is located on the TABC website. When analyzing trends in the industry, you may want to look into TABC permit types.  
The MBGRT data is updated every Wednesday evening.  MBGRT reports and payments are due on the 20th day of the month following each reporting month.  For example, the report for August data is due Sept. 20. If you are seeking August data, you will want to search the file sometime after the Sept. 20. For more complete data, wait a few weeks and update cycles after the due date in which you are interested.
Additional information about MBGRT may be found on the Comptroller’s website.