Can you drink at 18 in Washington?
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People also ask, what state can you drink at 18?
U.S. history of alcohol minimum purchase age by state
|State||Pre-Prohibition (prior to 1919)||Post-Prohibition (after 1933)|
|California||Pre 1891: Regulated by municipality/county (common age was 16) 1891: 18 (statewide)||1933: 21|
|Colorado||None||1945: 18: for beer 21: for wine and liquor|
One may also ask, can you get your liquor license at 18? While some states will allow a person to serve alcohol at the age of 18 or older, you must be at least 21 years old to obtain a liquor license.
Keeping this in consideration, can an 18 year old sell alcohol in Washington?
Persons age 18 to 20 years old may take alcohol orders and carry alcohol to the customer and pour it into the customer's glass at the table. The server must have taken an approved MAST alcohol course and posses a valid Class 13 servers permit.
Can minors drink with parents in Washington?
There is a strange exception to the law: it is not illegal for parents or guardians of their minor child to furnish alcohol to them as long as it is done under their supervision.