★ Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, TABC Seller Server Training Answers 4

An example of an On Premise establishment is:
An example of an "On Premise" establishment is:
A.) A grocery store that sells wine
B.) A convenience store that sells beer
C.) A restaurant that sells mixed drinks
D.) A package store that sells bottles of liquor

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A restaurant that sells mixed drinks


Which of the following establishments would be considered On Premise?
Which of these would be considered On Premise establishments, TABC?
A.) A bar
B.) A motel
C.) A hotel
D.) A restaurant
E.) A nightclub
F.) A tavern
G.) All of the above

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All of the above


Which of these establishments would be considered On Premise?
A.) A bar
B.) A motel
C.) A hotel
D.) A Restaurant
E.) A Nightclub
F.) All of the above

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All of the above


An example of an on premise establishment is
A.) A local pub
B.) A restaurant that sells mixed drinks
C.) Both A & B
D.) None of the above

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Both A & B


Which of the following establishments would be considered "On Premise"
A.) convenience store
B.) gas station
C.) liquor store
D.) restaurants

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restaurants


What is an on premise establishment?
What is considered an on premise establishment?
What does on premise mean?
ANSWER: On-premise establishments are places like hotels, taverns, bars, motels, restaurants, night clubs where alcoholic beverages are sold by the drink to be consumed on site. On-premise establishments are more likely to attract larger crowds, and customers at these establishments may drink too much and get involved in problems like fights and vandalism.

What is an example of an on-premise establishment?
A.) A state-run alcohol store
B.) A gas station
C.) A motel
D.) A mass merchandiser

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A motel


What is an example of an on-premise establishment?
A.) Stadium
B.) Gas station
C.) Liquor store
D.) Bar

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Bar


Which of the following is an example of an on-premise establishment?
A.) Restaurant
B.) Liquor Store
C.) Supermarket
D.) Gas Station

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Restaurant


On-premise sales are when alcoholic beverages are sold by the drink in establishments such as restaurants and bars. True or False?
A.) TRUE
B.) FALSE

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TRUE


An example of an 'Off Premise' establishment is:
An example of an "Off Premise" establishment is:
An example of an off premise establishment is
A.) A hotel bar that has complimentary service for guests
B.) A baseball stadium that sells open beer by the bottle
C.) A restaurant that sells mixed drinks
D.) A grocery store that sells wine

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A grocery store that sells wine


Is a grocery store an off premise establishment?
A.) Yes
B.) No

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Yes


You work in a restaurant. is this an off-premise establishment?
A.) Yes
B.) No

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No
EXPLANATION: On-premise establishments are places like hotels, taverns, bars, motels, restaurants, night clubs where alcoholic beverages are sold by the drink to be consumed on site.


Which of the following is considered an off-premise establishment?
A.) Stadium
B.) Grocery store
C.) Friend's house
D.) Hotel Bar

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Grocery store


What is an example of an off-premise establishment?
A.) A tavern
B.) A gas station
C.) A stadium
D.) A chain restaurant

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A gas station


What is an example of an off-premise establishment?
A.) Liquor store
B.) Bar
C.) Hotel
D.) Tavern

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Liquor store


Which of these establishments is considered to be an off-premise establishment?
A.) Grocery store
B.) Bar
C.) Restaurant
D.) None of the above

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Grocery store


Which of these is an example of an establishment that has alcohol sales for off-premise consumption?
A.) gas station
B.) restaurant
C.) bar
D.) All of these choices are correct.

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gas station


Establishments that sell alcoholic beverages packaged 'to go' are called?
Establishments that sell alcoholic beverages packaged "to go" are called?
A.) Dram Shop sale
B.) Off-Premise Sale
C.) Zero Tolerance sale
D.) On-Premise Sale

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Off-Premise Sale

Off-premise sales are defined as alcoholic beverages sold packaged to go at establishments such as convenience stores and gas stations.


In order to be allowed to engage in activities to promote and enhance the sale of an alcoholic beverage on behalf of a brewery or winery, a person must obtain a:
A.) Promotional Permit
B.) Alcoholic beverage license or permit
C.) Driver's license
D.) Club Membership

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Promotional Permit


What must a person obtain in order to be allowed to engage in activities to promote and enhance the sale of an alcoholic beverage on behalf of a brewer or winery?
A.) Promotional Permit
B.) Alcoholic beverage license or permit
C.) Driver's license
D.) Club Membership

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Promotional Permit


What is the name for a permit for use by a party on behalf of a brewer, distiller, rectifier, manufacturer, winery, or winebottler to engage in activities to promote and enhance the sale of an alcoholic beverage in this state?
A.) promotional permit
B.) guest permit
C.) transitionary permit
D.) special permit

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promotional permit


Which of the following business would be most likely to use a promotional permit for alcohol service?
A.) winery
B.) physician's office
C.) department store
D.) library

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winery


If you have a promotional permit and you are only offering sample beverages, it is a NOT considered a criminal offense to provide alcohol to a minor or serve an intoxicated person.
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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FALSE.


A/an promotional permit is issued so that brewers, wineries and other manufacturers of alcoholic beverages can _____.
ANSWER: promote products in Texas

A temporary permit allows in-store demonstrations and promotions, such as serving beer and wine samples. True or False?
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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FALSE.
This describes a promotional permit.


A promotional permit allows in-store demonstrations and promotions, such as serving beer and wine samples. True or False?
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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TRUE


A permit is needed when an organization wants to provide "free" alcoholic beverages as part of a promotion or event. True or False?
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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FALSE


Rather than applying for and receiving a temporary permit, some organizations choose to provide "free" alcoholic beverages as part of a promotion or event, so no license or permit is needed. True or False?
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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TRUE


When organizations choose to provide free alcoholic beverages as part of a promotion or event, the free beverages must be offered to any adult that walks in the door and requests one. True or False?
A.) TRUE.
B.) FALSE.

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TRUE


When organizations choose to provide free alcoholic beverages as part of a promotion or event, the free beverages must be offered to _____.
ANSWER: any adult that walks in the door and requests one

Many organizations will apply for temporary permits that allow which of the following activities?
A.) Promote responsible alcohol service by selling to minors and intoxicated persons.
B.) Sale and service of beer, wine and mixed beverages at locations in which beverages are not usually sold for on-premise consumption.
C.) Off-premise sale and service of beer, wine and mixed beverages.

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sale and service of beer, wine and mixed beverages at locations in which beverages are not usually sold for on-premise consumption.


Temporary permits and temporary memberships are the same thing.
A.) Yes
B.) No

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No
Temporary permits allow _____.
ANSWER: beer, wine and mixed drinks to be sold and served in places that normally do not have alcohol for consumption on the premises.

In order for beer, wine and mixed drinks to be sold and served in places that normally do not have alcohol for consumption on the premises _____ are available.
ANSWER: temporary permits

TABC Certification and Alcoholic Beverage Code - https://www.tabc.state.tx.us/
* Alcoholic beverages sold packaged to go at establishments such as convenience stores, gas stations, grocery stores, or liquor stores are known as off-premise sales.
* Alcoholic beverages sold by the drink (consumption) in establishments such as restaurants and bars are known as on-premise sales.
* Many Establishments or Organizations such as Civic, religious or charitable trusts wishing to serve alcoholic beverages at fundraising events must obtain a temporary permit inorder to become eligible to sell or serve alcoholic beverages (wine, ale, beer and malt liquor).

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