What age can you serve alcohol?
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Also, can someone under 21 sell alcohol?
While those under 21 years of age typically can't drink alcohol, in many situations they can legally serve it. Although some bars and restaurants have taken the unorthodox approach of raising the drinking age for their establishment to 25, almost all private businesses will serve alcohol to those 21 and older.
Subsequently, question is, can you serve alcohol at 18 in California? Only adults may work as bartenders or as servers at venues that sell alcohol for drinking on-site. That is, they must be 18 or older. There is no age requirement for selling alcohol in stores for consumption off-site. California alcohol laws let those of any age below 21 have alcohol in private locations.
People also ask, can you pour alcohol 18?
Minimum Age to Serve Alcoholic Beverages in On-Premises Establishments. Thirty-seven states and D.C. permit adults age 18 or older to serve alcoholic beverages in on-premises establishments. Only three states require a server to be age 21. One state permits persons age 17 to serve alcoholic beverages.
Can I serve alcohol at 15?
Make it clear that their health and safety is vital to you. Young people aged 15 to 17 years should never exceed the recommended adult weekly alcohol limits (no more than 14 units a week) and, when they do drink, they should usually drink less than that amount.