Bartending School COKER AL 35452

Bartending School
COKER, AL 35452

Learn Bartending - Bartending Training, Bartending Jobs!

Bartenders are in high demand in COKER AL!

Enroll in our bartending course and earn your Alcohol Seller/Server Permit today!

Having your alcohol seller/server certificate will increase your chances of getting hired for a high paying bartending job.

The Learn bartending course teaches you all the foundational and essential bartender skills that you will need so you can get a job as professional bartender.

This course also teaches and certifies you as a responsible server. You will apply and give the hiring manager / bar owner confidence in knowing you are prepared and ready to start bartending responsibly on day 1!
Real Bartending School Students

The learn bartending course is 21 lessons packed with useful bartender tips and tricks and how to videos. Each lesson with about 10 sections per lesson. Watch over 200 POV real-world bartending video tutorials, Robbie Flair is your instructor who has over 25 years of professional bartending experience. This bartending course has it all - from opening the bar, to properly closing the bar down - last call for alcohol!

Bartending Is Fun, Easy, and Pays well! Anyone can Learn Bartending.

Learn Bartending POV

As you will see bartending is more than just memorizing a few drink recipes...

Learn Bartending from the convenience of your own home.

Everything you need to know to get a high paying bartending job near COKER AL is included in this 21 lesson online bartending course.

Enroll in this bartending course and learn bartending so you can serve real drinks, to real customers and earn real cash tomorrow! Click the red Enroll Now Icon in the main menu to get started today!

Bars and restaurants are hiring bartenders, but prefer to hire those people who are self starters like you! The fact that you are on this page is an indication that you are seeking the knowledge that bars prefer you already have. When you have your interview and you discuss that you took this course and already have your alcohol seller server permit in hand, you set yourself apart from the other bartenders that need hand holding and to be taught everything you already know...

"I can teach anyone to pour a 1oz shot"

But don't take our word for it - watch the video below - A real bar manager explains what bar managers and owners want to see from their new bartenders! This course prepares you for the interview process and the bartending job!

bartending student testimonial
Bri Brown
"The online bartending course was very convenient and easy to do, the hiring manager said they hired me because they knew I already had a lot of knowledge, and they could show me the rest." - Bri
  • Online learning offer Self paced learning to go as fast or take as much time as you need.

  • Practical Hands-On Bartending Training Videos at a real Bar.

  Chat support is available at the bottom of each page for members should you have any questions or concerns.

Frequently Asked Questions

Alabama ABC Board
2715 Gunter Park Dr
Montgomery, AL 36109
Phone: 334-271-3840
AL Legal Age to Consume: 21
AL Legal Age to Serve: 19
AL Legal Age to Pour: 21

The online bartending course is great to learn bartending (21 lessons from open to closing the bar) but there is no mandate from the state. Our online course Training is highly encouraged to improve your effectiveness in serving or selling alcohol responsibly.

Additional Info: The Alabama Responsible Vendor Program is a voluntary program that allows licensees to become certified through the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. Alabama’s program requires the licensee to train all employees who are involved in the management, sale and/or service of alcoholic beverages. This training includes Alabama alcoholic beverage laws, legal age determination, civil and criminal penalties, and risk reducing techniques. Licensees who voluntarily join the program are also required to establish policies ensuring legal, responsible sales and to train employees in these policies. It is prohibited for persons under the age of 21 to dispense or serve alcohol. The only exception is that licensees who hold a retail restaurant license (020 license type) and are certified in the Responsible Vendor Program, may hire 19 and 20 year old servers. Alabama's Dram Shop Law recently underwent significant changes in April 2023. Here's a breakdown of the key points regarding Alabama's Dram Shop Act: Prior Law (Strict Liability): Before April 2023, Alabama had a strict Dram Shop Law. This meant bars, restaurants, or liquor stores could be held liable for injuries or death caused by an intoxicated patron, regardless of whether the server knew the person was intoxicated. Current Law (Knowable Intoxication): The Dram Shop Liability Act (Act No. 2023-25) changed the standard for liability. Now, the establishment (or the person who served the alcohol) is only liable if they knowingly served alcohol to a person who was visibly intoxicated. Visible Intoxication: The law doesn't provide a specific definition of "visibly intoxicated." However, it likely refers to a state where a reasonable person would recognize the patron's level of intoxication through signs like slurred speech, stumbling, or incoherent behavior. Proximate Cause: Even if the establishment knowingly served alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person, they can only be held liable if serving the alcohol was the proximate cause of the harm. This means there must be a clear connection between the alcohol service and the resulting injury. Impact of the Law: This change in the law makes it more challenging to win a Dram Shop case in Alabama. Plaintiffs will need to prove not only intoxication but also that the server knowingly served alcohol to someone in that state. Here's a table summarizing the key points: Scenario (Before April 2023) Potentially Liable Scenario (After April 2023) Potentially Liable Bar serves alcohol to a patron who gets drunk and causes a DUI accident Yes Bar serves alcohol to a visibly intoxicated patron who causes a DUI accident Yes Restaurant serves multiple drinks to someone who later gets in a bar fight Yes Restaurant knowingly serves alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person who starts a fight Yes Liquor store sells alcohol to someone who then drinks and injures themselves at home Unlikely Liquor store knowingly sells alcohol to a visibly intoxicated person who then injures themselves Possible (depends on specific circumstances) drive_spreadsheet Export to Sheets Important to Note: Dram Shop Laws are complex, and the specific details of a case can significantly impact its outcome. Consulting with an attorney specializing in personal injury or Dram Shop Law is recommended if you believe you have a case under Alabama's Dram Shop Act. They can advise you on the legal options based on the specific circumstances. Here are some resources for further information: A Brief Breakdown of Alabama's New Dramshop Law: Liquor Liability Insurance Reform in Alabama:

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