On Premise (ND) is the sale of alcohol for immediate consumption. This is also known as the away-from-home market. Typically, on-premise locations include bars, restaurants, hotels, catering, etc. Removing alcohol from on-premise establishments is illegal.
Off Premise (ND) is the sale of alcohol to the at-home market. Alcohol is sold in sealed containers and intended for consumption off the premises. Typically, off-premise locations include convenience stores. grocery markets drive-thru beverage barns, or anywhere alcohol is sold in packages. Consuming alcohol on the premises of packaged goods establishments is illegal.
In most states the seller server and or the establishment can be held responsible for the sale of alcohol to;
The state approved alcohol seller server courses on this website will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to be a responsible alcohol seller server. The course is approved by the North Dakota Alcohol Commission and your certificate is proof that you have successfully fulfilled the requirements necessary to be a responsible seller server of alcoholic beverages.
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