It is everyone’s job to ensure patrons who are buying or drinking alcohol are at least 21 years of age.
We will request proof of age (I.D.) from any patron who appears 30 years of age or younger. To help employees do their job, managers will post the following sign in the business:
"NOTICE: Our employees request I.D. from any patron who appears to be under age 30. Thank you for your cooperation."
We have the right to, and will, refuse service to any patron who cannot produce
We will know what a real California driver's license and I.D. card look like.
We may accept the following as proof of age:
California driver's license
California I.D. card
We may also accept the following documents as I.D., but only if we know what they look like.
Other state-issued driver's license or state-issued identification card
When selling pitchers, we will request an I.D. from each person who receives a glass.
We will use a pre-printed age chart as a quick way to figure age. The age chart, which says, "To Buy or Consume Alcohol, You Must Have Been Born on or Before [date]," will be updated daily.
We will use separate types of glassware to tell alcoholic drinks from non-alcoholic drinks.
When an underage patron moves from one station to another, servers will tell
If we must refuse service, we will tell a supervisor.