TABC offers alcohol-to-go educational videos
A new series of videos from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission will help businesses and consumers learn the ins and outs of Texas’ alcohol-to-go laws.
The series, which launches this week, includes videos both for alcohol retailers as well as everyday consumers. The videos feature information and best practices related to alcohol-to-go laws and recent changes put in place by the Texas Legislature. Texas law enables customers to purchase malt beverage and wine products to-go from businesses such as bars or restaurants. Mixed drinks — including those with distilled spirits — can also be purchased along with food orders from eligible retailers.
The videos cover topics such as drink-sealing requirements, ordering practices, alcohol delivery, and more. The series also includes videos designed for specific TABC license or permit types, such as Mixed Beverage permittees, Wine and Malt Beverage retailers, Package Store permittees, and more.
The videos are posted on TABC’s Alcohol Delivery and Pickup page, the Alcohol Education Resources page, the agency’s YouTube, and its social media channels — and will be made part of TABC training and certification courses.
For more information about TABC, visit tabc.texas.gov.