DECISION OF DIRECTOR OF LIQUOR LICENSING
3. All glasses and equipment shall be washed and sterilised in accordance with regulation 7 of the Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations 1993, unless single use disposable containers are used. 4. Compliance with the food handling practices as detailed in the Health (Food Hygiene) Regulations 1993.
Tastings per sample must not exceed the following measures:-
Wine - 50 mls
Beer - 100 mls
Spirits - 15 mls.
Free drinking water must be made available at all times that samples of liquor are
available for tasting.
FREE DRINKING WATER
Pursuant to section 115A of the Act, at all times that liquor is sold and supplied for consumption on the licensed premises, the licensee shall make available to patrons, potable drinking water free of charge. As a minimum, this condition is to be met by way of water dispensers located at or near all bar service areas. The water must be refreshed regularly, with clean glasses or disposable cups being available for use.
Pursuant to section 116A of the Act and Regulation 18G, the licensee must maintain a register of incidents that take place at the licensed premises. This incident register must be retained in the form approved by the Director of Liquor Licensing and must be made available at the request of an authorised officer.
Pursuant to Regulation 14AE, the licensee shall maintain a training register that records training compliance for all staff. This training register must be retained in the form approved by the Director of Liquor Licensing and must be made available at the request of an authorised officer.
Pursuant to section 104(3) of the Act, the licensee is authorised to enter into an Agreement/Arrangement with Peet Limited as set out in the lease lodged with the Director of Liquor Licensing on 17 April 2008. This approval authorises the licensee to share profits with Peet Limited based on turnover.