Bartending Interview Questions and Answers
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How do you avoid serving to minors?
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Possibly. I served someone alcohol once when I started working at the casino and during my lunch break the other bartender asked the person for ID and got the finger instead. I think I might have made a mistake serving that individual.
No never I always ask for id.
No typically the customers that come into my work are in their late 30s and older and if they bring someone I believe is underage I usually ask for id.
Never, always check ID cards before hand.
Never, I am extremely careful to always check ids and if I ever think one is a fake or someone elses I always involve a manager after refusing the serve the customer.
No. I have my my ServSafe Alcohol Advanced Certificate which means I completed a responsible alcohol service rpogram.
No because I constantly asking an ID when I see my customer look like a minor.
No, I ask for ID if someone looks younger than 65 years old.
No, I always check IDs from patrons that look under 21. I have my TAM certification to prove it.
If I have to ask myself if the person is in their twenties, I check ID. But to answer your question, not to my knowledge.