Responsible Serving® of Alcohol
Ohio Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Information
Receive your official PSCC Rserving Responsible Serving® of Alcohol Wallet Card for OH Responsible Serving® of Alcohol in the mail!
No Extra Charge!
After you complete the course, you are able to generate your printable certificate for OH Responsible Serving® of Alcohol immediately.
You will automatically receive your PSCC Rserving bartender's license / wallet card for OH in the mail within 15 days.
There is no additional cost to receive your bartender license / wallet card!
Alcohol Server Certification Course
Sign up and take the online Alcohol Server Certification Course to earn the certificate commonly referred to as an "alcohol server certificate" or "Bartender License"
Alcohol Server Certification Course - State Bartender LicenseWhile the Alcohol Server Certification Course won't teach you how to bartend, the course is often required or recommended to ensure that alcohol sellers and servers understand the liquor laws in their state and serve alcohol responsibly.
The Alcohol Server Certification Course is state-specific, nationally recognized and has been specifically approved by state liquor authorities and alcohol control boards in most states!
+ Do I Need Alcohol Server Certification to Bartend?
+ Who provides the Alcohol Server Certification?
- Alcohol Server License
- Bartender License
- Bartender Card
- Server's Permit
- Alcohol Seller/Server Certificate
- Responsible Vendor's Permit
- TABC Card
- RAMP Card
- MAST Permit
- OLCC Permit
- ABLE License
- BASSET License
- ATAP Permit
- and more
The Alcohol Server Certification Course we provide is approved to earn any of the aforementioned certifications! In some states, you will even receive a plastic wallet card in the mail when you finish taking the course. Check the map to see if the course is approved or recommended in your state.
Click the add to cart button below and proceed to the checkout to get signed up. You will be emailed a username/password to login and begin.
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What is the minimum age to sell/serve alcohol in Ohio?
The minimum age to sell alcohol in Ohio is 18
The minimum age to serve alcohol in Ohio is 19
The Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Liquor ControlThe agency that handles Ohio liquor licensing and/or bartender licensing rules and regulations in Ohio is The Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Liquor Control. The contact information for The Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Liquor Control is listed below. You can contact them to verify that online server certification (bartender license) can be obtained in Ohio. We have also listed that information where applicable.
The Ohio Department of Commerce - Division of Liquor Control
Telephone: (614) 644-2360
Bartending License regulations for sellers and servers in Ohio
- OH Dram Shop Laws: Yes
- OH Happy Hour Laws: Happy Hour Laws reference the prohibited practices that result in excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages by consumers. You may NOT offer to sell, furnish, or deliver to any person or group of persons: Two or more servings of an alcoholic beverage upon the placing of an order for an individual serving of an alcoholic beverage; An unlimited number of servings of alcoholic beverages during any set period of time for a fixed price; Any alcoholic beverage after 9pm at a price less than the regularly-charged price. In addition, you may not encourage or allow any game or contest that involves the drinking of alcoholic beverages or the awarding of alcoholic beverages as a prize; nor may you increase the volume of alcoholic beverages contained in a serving without increasing proportionately the price charged for such serving. "Happy Hour" pricing is allowed prior to 9pm, with prices in effect for not less than one calendar month.
Can bartenders in OH work as a bartender with a felony conviction? yes
Yes with restrictions. The Division conducts criminal background checks for each permit applicant, and those are carefully reviewed. However, having a felony conviction does not automatically prevent an individual from obtaining a permit. Ohio law under Ohio Revised Code Section 4303.29 states in part the following: "The division may refuse to issue any permit to or refuse to renew any permit of any person convicted of any felony that is reasonably related to the person's fitness to operate a liquor permit business in this state.