What are bartender duties?
Bartenders mix and serve alcoholic beverages based on customer requests. They verify the identification and age of customers, prepare and serve alcoholic beverages, accept payment from customers, clean glasses and bar utensils and balance cash receipts to record sales.
What qualifications do I need to be a bartender?
Bartenders are not required to have formal educational qualifications, but they do need certificates such as a Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) to allow them to work. You will need a Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate.
Do you have to drink to be a bartender?
Drinking isn’t a requirement for bartenders. You can work as one and may have no desire for alcohol. Bar owners search for a worker who possesses a professional demeanor and good ethics; can mix drinks; guard the establishment’s interests; and provide great customer service.
Can a bartender take your keys?
No. They can call the cops who can arrest you, but taking your keys would be pushing violence and putting said bar tender in serious harm, plus it could count as theft. A bartender has no more authority over you than the barista at a Starbucks. The only thing they can do is cut you off, kick you out or call the cops.
Can a bartender confiscate a fake ID?
Fake IDs. If a fake ID is given to the bartender, he or she may seize the fake ID, so long as a receipt is given to the patron, and the ID is given to a local law enforcement agency.