Not sure if you saw this for Shelby County:
All businesses located in Shelby County outside of any municipality, that are engaged in the sale, distribution, manufacture, and/or storage of beer are required to obtain a permit from the Shelby County clerk. The fee for the permit is $250. All employees who serve, sell, or handle beer in these establishments must also register with the Shelby County clerk. Here is the link:
Also, the Beer Board consists of five (5) members and has the exclusive power and authority to issue, suspend and revoke beer permits, and impose monetary penalties for establishments located within the unincorporated areas, subject to review by the courts. So, you may end up getting a penalty.
All alleged permit violators at the hearing have the right to plead "not guilty" to any or all of the charges, to have the assistance of counsel, to cross-examine witnesses testifying against him and to testify and present witnesses and evidence on his behalf.
You might what to discuss this issue with local counsel regarding the hearing. Or request a continuance if it looks like you need an attorney. It looks like the penalty could be up to $2,500.00.
We can discuss more if you want to do so.