There is no federal minimum age for serving alcohol. The minimum age to serve alcohol is determined by individual state alcohol laws that govern servers and bartenders, according to Alcohol Policy Information System. More »

The minimum age to serve alcohol in on-premises establishments varies from state-to-state. Thirty-seven states and the District of Columbia require servers to be 18 or older. Three states require servers to be 21, and th... More »

The legal age to serve alcohol in Florida is 18 as of 2013, according to sociology professor David J. Hanson. The District of Columbia and 37 states allow adults 18 and older to serve alcohol in restaurants and bars. More »

The legal age to serve alcohol in Florida is 18 as of 2013, according to sociology professor David J. Hanson. The District of Columbia and 37 states allow adults 18 and older to serve alcohol in restaurants and bars. More »

The minimum age to serve alcohol in on-premises establishments varies from state-to-state. Thirty-seven states and the District of Columbia require servers to be 18 or older. Three states require servers to be 21, and th... More »

As of January 2015, a person must be at least 18 years old to serve alcohol in Illinois, according to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. However, the Illinois Liquor Control Act allows jurisdictional control on the ... More »

The minimum legal drinking age in Greece as of 2010 was 18 years old when the alcohol is purchased in a place of on-premise consumption, such as a pub or restaurant,. according to ProCon.org. If purchasing alcohol from a... More »