How does this make sense?
The legal drinking age is 21, the law has gone back and forth from 18 to 21 and I get that right now it's 21. But I don't understand why if you're not old enough to drink that you can still "serve" alcohol? I mean why is it not that you either can drink and serve at 18 or you can do that at 21 why is it split? When people have just as much of a risk of drinking it whether they're 16 18 or 20 ? You know what I mean? Just because you turn 18 doesn't mean that you won't drink.. right? I don't know, if someone could explain from a different point of view that would be helpful. ^^. ----------- also I've looked at many restaurants and they serve alcohol, the waiters have to be eighteen but do not need to be 21 the only reason you would have to be is if you were to make the drinks as in be the bartender other than that it's 18.