Bartending School MARLBORO VT 05344

Bartending School

Learn Bartending - Bartending Training, Bartending Jobs!

Bartenders are in high demand in MARLBORO VT!

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 MARLBORO VT 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

Vermont Department of Liquor Control
1311 US Route 302, Suite 100
Barre, VT 05641
Phone: 802-828-2339
VT Legal Age to Consume: 21
VT Legal Age to Serve: 18
VT Legal Age to Pour: 18

Our course MEETS state alcohol seller/server training requirements. Alcohol Server Training Law Mandatory The state requires approved alcohol server/seller training in some capacity. Approved TIPS Programs Online: TIPS is approved by the Vermont Department of Liquor Control. Requirements Training is mandatory for anyone involved in the sale or service of alcohol. Length of Certification TIPS Certification is valid for 2 years

Additional Info: Vermont has a Dram Shop Law that allows lawsuits against establishments that sell or serve alcohol to intoxicated patrons who then cause harm. Here's a breakdown of the key points: * **Seller Liability:** Vermont's Dram Shop Act is found in Title 7, Chapter 17 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, Section 501. This law allows lawsuits against establishments (bars, restaurants, liquor stores) that cause intoxication by selling or furnishing alcohol to people who are: * **Under 21:** Selling or serving alcohol to anyone under 21 years old is illegal and the establishment can be held liable if the minor gets intoxicated and causes harm. This is a clear violation. * **Apparently Intoxicated:** The law applies in situations where a vendor serves alcohol to a person who is visibly intoxicated. This means someone exhibiting clear signs of intoxication such as slurred speech, stumbling, or incoherent behavior. If this person then causes harm due to their intoxication, the vendor could be held liable. Here, the focus is on whether a reasonable and prudent person would have known the customer was intoxicated based on their appearance and behavior. * **After Legal Serving Hours:** Selling or serving alcohol outside of permitted hours can also be grounds for liability if the person served becomes intoxicated and causes harm. **Negligence Standard:** Unlike Dram Shop Laws in some states with strict liability, Vermont uses a negligence standard. This means the plaintiff (injured party) needs to prove that the establishment acted negligently in serving alcohol. This could involve: * Serving a large amount of alcohol in a short period. * Continuing to serve alcohol to someone who is already visibly intoxicated. * Ignoring clear signs of intoxication. **Social Host Liability:** Vermont law also allows lawsuits against social hosts who provide alcohol to minors (under 21) if the minor gets intoxicated and causes harm. There is generally no social host liability for providing alcohol to adults of legal drinking age. Here's a table summarizing the key points: | Scenario | Liability under Vermont Dram Shop Law | |---|---| | Bar serves alcohol to a visibly intoxicated patron who causes a DUI accident | Potentially Yes (if negligence can be proven) | | Restaurant continues serving drinks to a guest who is clearly intoxicated and gets into a fight | Potentially Yes (if negligence can be proven) | | Person provides alcohol at a party to a friend who is visibly intoxicated and later drives home and crashes | Not Likely (unless the friend is underage) | **Important to Note:** * Dram Shop cases can be complex. The specific circumstances, evidence available (such as receipts or witness statements), and the level of intoxication will all play a role in determining liability. * Consulting with an attorney specializing in personal injury or Dram Shop Law is recommended if you believe you have a case under Vermont's Dram Shop Law. They can evaluate your situation and advise you on the legal options considering the negligence standard. Here are some resources for further information: * Vermont Dram Shop and Social Host Liability Laws Statutes: []( * Dram Shop / Drunk Driver Accidents: [[invalid URL removed]] (This resource is from a Vermont law firm)

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