how old do you have to be to serve alcohol in the state of fla?!

Question: How old do you have to be to serve alcohol in the state of fla?

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Legal Age for Drinking/Serving Alcohol

The legal drinking age in Florida was raised from the age of 18 to 21 in 1987, when all states adopted the age of 21. However, restaurant servers can be 18 as can bartenders, and at 18 a person may sell beer and wine in an off-premises establishment (meaning alcohol cannot be consumed on the premises). To transport, sell, or handle spirits, the worker must be 21.…

To sell: 18
To pour/mix: 18
To serve: 18……

21 to consume alcohol, but in most states it is actually 18 to serve. There are some exceptions, but I believe Florida is 18 also.

21 is the legal age but you can find places to serve you if you don't look really young. Or get a fake ID. Or go with someone much older and call them your spouse.

21... legal age for all 50 states to serve or drink.

Its 21

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