On Valentine’s Day, don’t put that special person in danger by making a bad judgment call and drinking and driving. Likewise, one of the most important obligations of an alcohol server is the responsible service of alcoholic beverages.Read More »
Dram Shop Laws – What Alcohol Servers Need to Know
Under dram shop laws, businesses that sell alcohol can face civil liability for injuries that their intoxicated patrons inflict on third parties.Read More »
Do I Need Illinois BASSET Training?
Illinois Public Act 99-0046 (PDF) requires alcohol servers (and those checking ID’s for alcohol service) in Illinois on-premise establishments to successfully complete a BASSET class and to complete a re-certification every 3 years.Read More »
Alcohol Beverage State Authorities in United States
If you plan to do business in the production, sale, and distribution of alcohol in a state, you must contact the appropriate authorities for more information about the state and local requirements.Read More »
What is Responsible Beverage Service?
Alcohol server training is part of Responsible Beverage Service (RBS), but it must be connected to house policies that clearly define how alcohol is sold.Read More »
Utah Required Alcohol Server Training
Utah law requires every person who serves alcohol in a restaurant, club, bar or tavern, to complete an alcohol training and education within 30 days of employment and re-certify every 3 years.Read More »
Texas Alcohol Laws
It is against the law to make alcohol available to a non-family person younger than 21, even in one’s own residence and even with that parent’s permissionRead More »