FREE Introduction to TABC Questions and Answers

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The end result of fermenting sound, ripe grape, fruit, berry, or honey juice with alcohol:

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Explanation: This process involves converting the natural sugars present in the juice into alcohol through fermentation, resulting in a beverage with various flavors and characteristics depending on the source material used.

When a search warrant is not present, a permit holder is free to decline an inspection by law police. ABC (101.04)

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Explanation: Permit holders must allow inspections by law enforcement or TABC officials during business hours, as per ABC (101.04). Refusing without a warrant can lead to penalties.

Which of the following doesn't qualify as a licensee or permittee?

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Explanation: In the context of permits or licenses for alcohol sales, all individuals or entities associated with the permit or license holder, including agents and employees, are considered permittees or licensees. This encompasses anyone authorized to act on behalf of or employed by the holder of the permit or license.

Spirits of wine, whiskey, wine, rum, or gin provide _______________ evidence that an alcoholic beverage is liquor.

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Explanation: Proof that an alcoholic beverage is alcohol, spirits of wine, whiskey, wine, rum, or gin is prima facie evidence that it is liquor.

What is the offense when a youngster presents a document or makes a fraudulent statement to an individual selling alcoholic beverages claiming to be 21 years of age or older? ABC (106.77)

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Explanation: Misrepresentation of age involves providing false information about one's age to appear older. When a youngster presents fake identification or lies about being 21 to purchase alcohol, it's misrepresentation of age, attempting to bypass legal age restrictions.

A malt drink that has more than 4% alcohol by weight is:

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Explanation: Malt liquor is a type of malt beverage with a higher alcohol content than standard beers, often exceeding 4% alcohol by weight.

Wine, whiskey, rum, brandy, gin, and all other alcoholic spirits that are made entirely or partially by distillation, as well as any of their dilutions or combinations, are examples of alcohol spirits.

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Explanation: Distilled spirits refer to alcoholic beverages that are produced through the process of distillation, where alcohol is concentrated by heating a liquid mixture and collecting its condensed vapor.

If the site is not a(n) _______________, an enforcement officer must acquire a search warrant in order to search and seize unlawful beverages.

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Explanation: If the location being searched is not a place with a valid alcoholic beverage license, such as a bar or store, then a law enforcement officer needs to obtain a search warrant to search the premises and seize any illegal alcoholic beverages.

The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission's agents are the only ones in charge of upholding the Alcoholic Beverage Code. ABC (101.7)

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Explanation: Enforcing the Alcoholic Beverage Code is the duty of every Texas police officer.

Alcoholic beverage consumption off-premises is subject to a _______________ charge.

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Explanation: Consumption of alcoholic beverages at off-premise locations in violation of certain regulations, such as public intoxication or underage drinking, can indeed result in charges.

A malt beverage that has no more than four percent alcohol by weight but at least half of one percent alcohol by volume is:

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Explanation: This definition encompasses most standard beers, which typically fall within this alcohol content range.

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