Laws for Licensed Establishments
As of June 1st 2011, TIPS certification became a mandatory requirement for managers, supervisors and persons in charge of bars, at on-premise licensed facilities and events. To view this section of the Bermuda Liquor License Act click here
A licensee can refuse to admit someone into their establishment if that person is drunk or behaving in a disorderly manner.
A licensee may refuse to admit, or may expel, any person who is drunk or behaving in a disorderly manner.
If you allow someone under the age of 18 into your Night Club or your Class B licensed bar you could be fined up to $10,000.00.
If you sell or serve alcohol to someone that is under the age of 18 you could be fined up to $10,000.00.
It is illegal to sell or serve alcohol to someone that is already drunk.
As of June 1st 2011, TIPS certification is mandatory for all managers, supervisors and persons in charge of bars, at on-premise licensed establishments.
If there is a serious disorder or threat to public safety at or near a licensed premises, the police have the power to shut down that licensed premise for up to 24 hours.
If you try to use an ID, which is found to be false, you could be fined up to $300.
It is legal to continue drinking alcohol for only 30 minutes beyond the permitted closing time.
After gaining membership to a members club, a new member must wait at least 48 hours before he/she can legally use the clubs facilities.
To view the entire Bermuda Liquor License Act click here
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