Wednesday, July 1, 2009

What Makes A Person Drunk

Bartenders have a responsibility to their customers when they serve them alcoholic beverages. Bartenders need to make sure that the customers are legally old enough to drink. Bartenders also need pay attention to the types of alcoholic beverages their customers are ordering and how many they’re consuming. It’s a lot easier to prevent a person from becoming intoxicated than it is to deal with someone who already is overly intoxicated. This is why in most restaurants and bars, the bartender has the ultimate say on when a person is “cut off.” The bartender will know how many drinks that customer has had because they served them. It’s also important for both bartenders and customers to know and understand how alcohol affects the human body. Read More...

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