Michigan Alcohol Server Training: Michigan State Alcohol Laws – Simplified!
If you are an alcohol server in Michigan State, or if you plan to become one, you are going to need to be familiar with Michigan State Alcohol Laws in order to protect yourself and your establishment from liability.
One of the best ways to become knowledgeable about Michigan State’s alcohol selling and serving laws is to complete an MLCC approved Michigan Alcohol Server Training Course. In fact, it is a requirement in Michigan State that every establishment has trained supervisors on duty at all times alcohol is being sold or served.
Below are just a few of Michigan’s alcohol laws you should know, simplified:
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to bartend?
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to serve alcohol as waitstaff?
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to conduct alcohol tastings?
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to enter a bar?
17 Minors under 17 can be in a bar if accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to drink alcohol?
How old do I need to be in Michigan State to order or purchase alcohol?
What is the legal BAC driving limit in Michigan State?
.08 for those who are over 21
.02 for those who are under 21
What are the legal hours for alcohol sales and service in Michigan State?
Monday-Saturday: 7 AM – 2 AM
Sunday: 12 PM – 2 AM
These are only a few of Michigan State’s alcohol laws. If you are hoping to learn even more in a fun and interactive way and also receive a Michigan Alcohol Server Certificate upon completion, we welcome you to check out our MLCC approved Online Michigan Alcohol Server Course whenever and wherever is most convenient for you!
Cheers, and Happy Training!