On St. Patrick’s Day, everyone should celebrate responsibly. Here are some tips to help alcohol consumers and alcohol seller-servers to safely navigate the Irish-themed festivities.Read More »
If you’re hosting a party at your home and planning to serve alcohol – take steps to limit your liability – and make sure you have the proper insurance.
Likewise, if your guests drink too much or seem too tired to drive home, call a cab or rideshare service.
Alcohol beverage service training provides valuable information and instructs how to serve alcohol responsibly – in order to prevent intoxication, underage drinking, and drunk driving – and to fulfill the legal certificate requirements of servers and managers.Read More »
Hosting a football watch party and serving alcohol? Be a responsible host. If you’re hosting a party at your home and planning to serve alcohol – take steps to limit your liquor liability and make sure you have the proper insurance.Read More »
Happy Holidays! Before you celebrate – plan ahead. If you’re hosting a party at your home and planning to serve alcohol, be responsible, take steps to limit your liquor liability and make sure you have the proper insurance. Likewise, if you’re attending an office holiday party, keep in mind that it’s still a work event and avoid drinking too much.Read More »
Holidays can be stressful, difficult, and even dangerous, especially when it comes to alcohol use. For a safe and happy holiday, it’s important to be aware of the dangers, triggers, and strategies needed to keep anxiety, depression, stress, and addiction under control. Likewise, to ensure patron safety, an alcohol seller-server has certain responsibilities.Read More »
Bartenders must know a wide range of drink recipes and be able to mix drinks accurately and quickly. Bartenders should also receive training to be familiar with state and local laws concerning the sale of alcoholic beverages.
#NationalBartenderDay occurs annually on the first Friday of December and recognizes the men and women working late nights serving alcohol to quench their patron’s thirst.Read More »