FREE Basic TABC Questions and Answers

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Customers with an on-premises beer-only license from a beer merchant are permitted to bring their own wine and distilled beverages.

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Explanation: Employees must be at least eighteen (18) years old, and the establishment may only sell beer from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and until 1 a.m., Sunday. Employees may only consume what they sell, and customers may bring their own wine and distilled spirits.

A permit holder objects to the TABC or a peace officer conducting an inspection. This charge is _______________. ABC (101.04)

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Explanation: Permit holders are required to allow TABC or peace officers to conduct inspections as per ABC (101.04). Refusing or objecting to such inspections can result in penalties, including potential charges of a Class A misdemeanor.

Permit holders' properties may be inspected _______________.

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Explanation: These inspections are conducted to ensure compliance with TABC regulations regarding the sale, distribution, and consumption of alcoholic beverages.

A beverage on which a state tax has not been paid is typically referred to as:

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Explanation: Alcoholic beverages that are produced, distributed, or sold illegally, often without proper permits or licenses is referred to as untaxed.

The selling of alcohol is permitted 365 days a year with a package shop authorization.

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Explanation: The sale of alcohol is permitted in package stores on all days save Sundays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day.

An enforcement official sees someone at a licensed establishment breaking the Alcoholic Beverage Code. He has the right to legally check employee lockers without authorization or a search warrant while conducting his investigation.

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In general, TABC agents have the authority to enter licensed premises during regular business hours to conduct inspections and investigations related to compliance with the Alcoholic Beverage Code.

A sixteen-year-old purchases a case of beer from a retail employee. There is no request for identity from the clerk. Who is the offender?

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Explanation: Both the retail employee who sold the beer and the establishment that employs them are offenders. Selling alcohol to a minor is illegal, and both parties can face legal consequences for the violation.

What are the regular Monday through Saturday hours of operation for all off-premise establishments (except from package stores)?

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Explanation: These hours may vary slightly depending on local regulations and individual business policies. It's advisable to verify specific operating hours with off-premise establishments in your area, as they may differ based on location and other factors.

What kind of punishment results from consuming or possessing alcohol with the intention of consuming it in a public setting at any time other than during the permitted hours?

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Explanation: In Texas, possessing alcohol with the intention of consuming it in a public setting at any time other than during permitted hours is typically classified as a Class C Misdemeanor.

What mental condition qualifies as Sale to a Minor?

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Explanation: A person may be considered criminally negligent if they fail to exercise reasonable care in a situation where they have a duty to do so, and this failure results in harm or illegal activity.

ABC 106.02 & 106.025 states that it is _______________ for a child to attempt to acquire alcohol.

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Explanation: It is illegal for a minor to purchase or attempt to purchase alcohol. This is stated in sections 106.02 and 106.025 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code (ABC).

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