Off-Premises Responsible Serving® of Alcohol
Connecticut Off-Premises Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Information
Off-Premises Responsible Serving® of Alcohol is also available through the following offer:
Rserving can be used for alcohol server training in Connecticut. However in the event that the Commission requires a licensee to train all employees because of a violation of liquor laws, the state requires 5 hours of classroom training and our course does not meet those requirements. Please contact the state for more information.
Related Courses for CT:
The minimum age to sell and serve alcohol in Connecticut is 18.
The Department of Consumer Protection
The agency that handles Connecticut liquor licensing and/or bartender licensing rules and regulations in Connecticut is The Department of Consumer Protection. The contact information for The Department of Consumer Protection is listed below. You can contact them to verify that online server certification (bartender license) can be obtained in Connecticut. We have also listed that information where applicable.The Department of Consumer Protection
860-713-6200 http://www.ct.gov/dcpAlcohol Server Certificate regulations for sellers and servers in Connecticut
Can bartenders in CT work as a bartender with a felony conviction? yes
- CT Dram Shop Laws: Yes
- CT Happy Hour Laws: Connecticut Happy hour Laws reference the prohibited practices that result in excessive consumption of alcoholic
beverages by consumers.
You may NOT:
Sell, offer, or serve more than one drink to any one person for his/her own consumption at any one time. A second serving may be allowed only after the first serving has been substantially disposed of or consumed.
Sell, offer, or serve drinks by the pitcher or other vessel containing more than one drink except to two
or more persons, excluding minors as defined by the Liquor Control Act, at any one time. A second serving
may be allowed only after the first serving has been substantially disposed of or consumed.
Sell, offer, or serve to any person an unlimited number of drinks during any set period of time for a fixed price,
aka "all you can drink."
Encourage or permit, on the licensed premises, any game or contest which involves drinking or the awarding
of drinks as a prize.
Yes. There is no statute or state regulation that would prohibit a server with a felony to serve alcoholic beverages.