Special Function Bar
None of the above
A Pour cap controls pours but gives the feel of a free pour.
Is a commonly used but potentially theft prone form of pouring alcoholic beverages.
Is a term used in reference to limiting the number of beverages a customer may be served.
Is the term used for finishing a free pour by “capping” a beverage.
A beverage poured from a bottle into a glass with no other accompaniment other than ice.
A beverage poured from a bottle into a glass with no accompaniments including, ice, or water.
A novelty beverage used as a promotional tool.
A type of liquor served from the bottle and used in recipes of multiple alcohol beverages.
Hours of Operation
Is a method used by law enforcement officials in determining whether an individual is over the legal alcohol driving limit as stated by the law.
Is a form of legal legislation outlining licensing requirements for Food & Beverage establishments and stating reasonable guidelines pertaining to the service of alcohol.
Is a tenant of tort law that outlines the basic legal responsibility associated with the service of alcohol.
Is a form used to record incidents that occurred in serving or denying service to customers. It is typically kept in a 3 ring binder in order that access to the required forms is as easy as possible.
Possibly the best defense against 3rd party liability claims. Is a form used to record incidents that occurred in serving or denying service to customers.
Is a form used by servers to record incidents related to the service of alcohol in a Food & Beverage establishment.
All of the above