Alcohol Safety

Category - Difficult Situations

You are tending bar at an event where you know there are minors present. A few of them even tried to order drinks, but you politely turned them away. Now some people are ordering multiple drinks at a time. How do you make sure they aren't giving drinks to the minors?
  1. Offer to bring their drinks over to their table.
  2. Politely ask who the drinks are for.
  3. Limit the number of drinks they can order at a time.
  4. All of the above.
Answer: D - If you suspect some of your patrons may be bringing drinks over to minors, some of the things you can do are offer to bring their drinks over to their table, ask who the drinks are for, and limit them to ordering just one drink at a time.

You should also monitor the speed at which individuals are coming up to order drinks. If they seem to be coming up repeatedly within a short period of time, chances are they are not just downing their drinks that fast (and even if they were, you should still slow them down to delay intoxication).
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