Hawaii – 18
The age to bartend in Hawaii is 18 years old.
Hawaii Bartending Wages
- Workers on average earn $36,970.
- 10% of workers earn $22,750 or less.
- 10% of workers earn $75,890 or more.
- Workers on average earn $17.78 per hour.
- 10% of workers earn $10.94 or less per hour.
- 10% of workers earn $36.49 or more per hour.
- Minimum Age: The legal drinking age in Hawaii is 21. Bartenders must be at least 18 years old to serve alcoholic beverages.
- Alcohol Server Training: Hawaii requires alcohol server training for anyone serving or selling alcoholic beverages. This training aims to promote responsible alcohol service, identify fake IDs, and manage challenging situations involving intoxicated customers.
- License and Permits: Bartenders and establishments serving alcohol in Hawaii may need specific licenses or permits to operate legally. Licensing requirements can vary depending on the county and the type of establishment.
- Hours of Sale: Hawaii 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 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM.
- Happy Hour Regulations: Hawaii has regulations governing happy hour promotions and drink specials. These rules are designed to prevent excessive alcohol consumption and maintain a safe drinking environment.
- Dram Shop Laws: Hawaii 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: Hawaii prohibits open containers of alcoholic beverages in vehicles and public places.