Nebraska believes that a liquor license is required under most circumstances. If you are serving alcohol you may need a license. If people pay to attend the parties, and alcohol is included as part of that price, then alcohol is being sold and a license is required.
For more information see: http://www.lcc.nebraska.gov/pdfs/Do%20I%20Need%20a%20Liquor.pdf
Disclaimer: This answer is informational and should not be relied upon as legal advice.
Disclaimer: This answer is informational and shall not be relied upon as legal advice.
Liquor licenses are regulated by state, county and municipal law in many cases and the penalties for selling liquor without a license are often very stiff. I suggest speaking with a local attorney.
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