Florida TIPS® Responsible Vendor Training 

The Florida TIPS® responsible vendor program is a self-paced alcohol training program approved by the state of Florida for RV training.


TIPS® is the global leader in responsible alcohol training and an approved Florida  Responsible vendor training provider. The RV program is voluntary in the State of Florida, however, several insurance carriers require alcohol training prior to issuing liquor liability insurance. Moreover, the DBPR (Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco) will mitigate penalties for those individuals alcohol trained & certified in the event of an alcohol-related violation. Being certified is a socially and fiscally responsible way to manage the risks associated with alcohol service.

Florida Alcohol Laws 

Consume Age 


Pour Age 18  
Serving Age 21  
DUI/DWI .08  
Minor Possesion .02  
# Drinks/Serving  N/A  
Dram Shop Modified  
Social Host Yes  
Server Training Voluntary  

Required forms of ID

  • Drivers License
  • Passport 
  • Armed Services ID 
  • State ID

Sources/Disclaimers:  Wikipedia.org & State Alcoholic Beverage Commission. The alcohol laws provided herein are for informational purposes only. The information is assumed to be accurate. However, changes in the law occur frequently and there is no guarantee implied or otherwise given since this is third-party information. Please consult with an attorney or the local alcohol commission prior to acting on any alcohol laws.  

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