Responsible Beverage Server Training

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Kanabec County and the City of Mora require all employees and agents who serve alcoholic beverages to complete annual Responsible Beverage Server Training (RBST) as a condition of their liquor license renewal. 

Selling alcohol is a job that comes with a requirement to sell safely and legally. RBST can help servers and managers prevent over serving, impaired driving, and underage sales. It can also help employees recognize fraudulent IDs. Many insurance companies offer a discount on insurance for establishments who participate in an RBST program. 

RBST also covers signs of intoxication to help staff know when a customer should be cut off from alcohol sales. Reducing the likelihood of sales to intoxicated and underage customers helps protect our communities and youth! 

Compliance checks are done several times each year by the Kanabec County Sheriffs Office for both alcohol and tobacco sales. Establishments in Kanabec County have an excellent track record! Training is provided at no cost and is hosted by the SACK coalition and coalition partner Barb McFadden, Kanabec County Attorney. 

SACK will be hosting two RBST Training’s at the Kanabec County Jail Training room. The dates are:

Monday, April 23rd
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 

Tuesday, April 24th
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. 

RSVPs are requested. Please contact Patti at 320.679.6330 

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