In Nevada, anyone who wishes to sell or serve alcoholic beverages MUST be training-certified.
Unfortunately, searching for further information through various government/ state websites can be a headache.
This is where we come in..
Here, you’ll find all the important information needed to become a bartender/ server in the state of Nevada.. We got you covered.
Nevada Alcohol Training & Certification:
As stated above, everyone who wants to serve/sell alcohol (bartenders) in the state, must be training-certified.
- Costs may vary depending on provider
- You must be at least 16 years old to attend
- These classes are held statewide.. Be sure to find a class in your area!
If your employer requires you to receive an “ACT card” – Alcohol Awareness Training Card:
Minimum Age To Serve Alcoholic Beverages In Nevada:
- 21 (*in most counties)
** Please note: Nevada statutes allow local governments to dictate their own laws concerning the age to sell or serve alcoholic beverages. Some local jurisdictions may have more or less restrictions.
Please double-check with your local City Clerk’s office.
Just click here to find the list of Counties & Cities in Nevada.
Other Requirements That May Be Helpful:
- Driver’s License or Passport
- Good Communication Skills
- Be able to stand long periods of time
- Knowledge of basic drink recipes
For more information, please contact your local City Clerk’s Office.