Georgia – 18
The legal age to be a bartender in Georgia is 18 years old.
Here is a link to the regulations in Georgia.
Georgia Bartending Wages
- Workers on average earn $18,790.
- 10% of workers earn $16,990 or less.
- 10% of workers earn $57,190 or more.
- Workers on average earn $9.03 per hour.
- 10% of workers earn $8.17 or less per hour.
- 10% of workers earn $27.50 or more per hour.
- **Minimum Age**: The legal drinking age in Georgia is 21. Bartenders must be at least 18 years old to serve alcoholic beverages.
- **Alcohol Server Training**: Georgia requires alcohol server training for anyone serving or selling alcoholic beverages. This training covers responsible alcohol service, identifying fake IDs, handling difficult situations, and more.
- **License and Permits**: Some areas or establishments might require bartenders to obtain specific licenses or permits to serve alcohol legally. It’s essential to check with local authorities and the Georgia Department of Revenue for any specific requirements.
- **Hours of Sale**: Georgia has specific hours during which alcohol can be sold for on-premise consumption. These hours may vary by location, but alcohol sales are generally prohibited between 2:30 AM and 7:00 AM.
- **Dram Shop Laws**: Like most states, Georgia has dram shop laws that hold establishments liable for serving alcohol to visibly intoxicated individuals who later cause harm to themselves or others due to alcohol-related accidents.
- **Open Container Laws**: Georgia has open container laws, which generally prohibit consuming alcohol in public places, such as streets, sidewalks, parks, and vehicles.
- Please remember that laws can change, and local jurisdictions may have additional regulations. For accurate and up-to-date information, it’s best to consult official sources like the Georgia Department of Revenue or consult with legal professionals familiar with Georgia’s alcohol laws.