Michigan Alcohol Seller / Server Certification
Michigan Bartender License
Michigan has various laws regulating the legal
age an individual needs to be to consume, sell, or serve alcoholic beverages and other regulations regarding the
sale and service of alcoholic beverages. Within Michigan, the legal age to consume alcoholic beverages is 21.
There are also rules and regulations regarding what is required to become a bartender in Michigan
(click 'add to cart' to enroll)
Michigan Regulations for Bartenders/Sellers/Servers:
Happy Hour Laws: Happy Hour Laws reference the prohibited practices that result in excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages by consumers.
You may NOT:
Serve or sell two or more drinks at a price less than the number of containers actually sold - "two for the price of one."
Serve more than what a customer is paying for - no free drinks.
Sell an undetermined quantity of alcohol for a fixed price- "all you can drink."
Sell alcoholic beverages at a reduced price to consumers paying a fixed "buy-in" price.
Dramshop/Liquor Liability: Yes
Related Courses for MI:
Certification in Michigan
The Michigan Responsible Serving Course for bartenders, sellers, and servers
will go over all the required information for learning to sell and serve alcohol in Michigan and provide state-specific
certification, sometimes referred to as a bartender license or alcohol seller/server permit. The Michigan course will cover topics such as how to spot someone who has been drinking too much,
How to properly check IDs, and the responsibilities/liabilities of the server. The Michigan Responsible Serving
course features interactive learning through audio, videos, and text. Each lesson of the course deals with different
areas that a bartender, seller, or server in Michigan needs to be familiar with. At the end of each lesson interactive
flashcards help with retention of the important details, and the lesson quizzes test for knowledge of the area.
Michigan regulations are governed by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.
Michigan Liquor Control Commission
Professional Server Certification / Bartender Certification Training:
Professional Server Certification Corp.
Telephone: 605 427 2000
Fax: (605) 427-2647
Approved for alcohol server training by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission
The cost of certification in Michigan through this online course is $8.99. If you are a bar owner or employer in Michigan and would like to get your entire bar
staff certified, the cost is $6.95 per person. (*must purchase at least $19 worth in your first order)
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This course is set up to allow you to advance your knowledge of alcohol service, through easy-to-master lessons.
As you move through the course, you will learn specific and detailed information about how to serve alcohol responsibly
and learn the regulations for bartenders, sellers, and servers in Michigan.
How long does the course take?
This course generally takes about 2-3 hours to complete. However, any additional time needed will depend on your personal
study habits. You can take as much time as you need to study the course material and there are no penalties for
retaking the exams.
How can I sign up?
You can enroll in the Responsible Serving of Alcohol Course (Bartender License / Server Permit Course) through
the online form using a credit card and get instant access online. Click the Enroll link to go to the enrollment
Professional Server Certification Corporation (PSCC)
offers original state-of-the-art training courses that integrate audio, multimedia, retention testing, and feedback
for the hospitality industry. PSCC can accommodate individuals or adapt a course for any size organization that
wants to train employees.
PSCC is backed by a professional support staff that can answer your questions personally using our toll free hotline.
All courses are well-designed, simple to use, and can be taken entirely online using any type of Internet connection.
PSCC's Responsible Serving Course provides official certification for alcohol servers and sellers, and possible
insurance discounts for establishments.