How old do you have to be to drink alcohol in a pub in the uk?
The minimum age to purchase and consume alcohol in Uk licensed premises is 18.
However a person 16 or 17 may consume, but not buy, alcohol if they are accompanied by an adult. This is at the landlords discretion.
Legally, you are breaking the law if you consume alcohol under the age of eighteen (18) in the UK. Additionally - anyone who supplies alcohol to someone under that age commits a criminal offense. However - You can drink alcohol in a pub provided you are (a) at least sixteen (16), (b) accompanied by an adult and (c) the drink is served at the same time as a meal.
Yes you can - BUT - you cannot drink alcohol.
In the UK you can drink alcohol with a meal at a pub, providing your parents pay for it.
UK answer. 18, because of the alcohol content
You must be at least 5 years old to be able to drink alcohol at home, supervised by a parent or guardian (it is an offence for a younger child to do so). The youngest you can be to buy it yourself is 16, as a part of a meal in a pub or restaurant. If you want to buy it on its own, you must be 18.
Yes, as long as you're over the age of FIVE you can drink alcohol at home in the UK :)
The legal age for drinking in the UK is 18 - HOWEVER - you CAN consume alcohol at 16 provided it's part of a meal (in a restaurant for example) It is illegal for anyone under 18 to buy, or attempt to buy alcohol. ALSO It is illegal for anyone to buy, or attempt to buy alcohol for consumption by someone under 18 ! Drinking alcohol in public is banned (except in a beer 'garden'… Read More
In the UK it is 18 to be able to drink and buy from the pub, 21 to buy it from the supermarket and drink it in public. In the U.S. the legal age for drinking is 21 or over, not 18 which would be the smoking age.
At home, supervised, it is 5 years old.
18+ For any sort of alcohol. 18+ for clubbing. and age for going into a pub but not ordering an alcoholic drink. There are under 18 clubs that have the same stuff as 18+ clubs but just no alcohol and there normally in community centers (etc)...
In the UK, you must be older than 5 years old, it is an offence to allow a younger child to drink alcohol at home.
Of course!! Yes. So long as the pub or shop is open! :)
Legally you have to be 21 years old to drink alchohol. This applies to the US. In the UK, the laws allow you to consume beverages of an alcoholic nature from the age of 18. 21 21, anywhere in the US it is 21 As in most states in the US, you need to be 21 to drink alcohol in Florida.
the most common drink is beer why of course!
16 years old
Yes, he's over 18 so he can drink. (In UK)
um........ i donno..... probabaly about 60% of average kutha's drink alcohol. and guess what banchuets, tutti is brown!
Yes. But not in a public place.
21 in the US, but other countries have their own Laws. In the UK it is 18, though you can legally drink alcohol (not buy) with a meal in a restaurant from 16
Yes, in a private place with parents consent.
I would say that as US law states you have to be 21 to drink alcohol, to serve it you would also have to be 21. That's how the law works in the UK!
The most popular age group of people who drink alcohol the most are people on the 20's.
in the UK if ur under parental supervision and are at home the age is 5. Buying alcahol is 18 or 21 and drinking in a pub is 18.
18+ for buying and selling Alcohol, 18+ Nightclubs,Pubs,Bars, No age to drink it in the street/public, but in all Urban area's and residential area's (etc) it is banned to reduce Anti social behavior and binge drinking (etc) and police have the power to confiscate OPEN alcohol Bottle's,Can's,Glasses (etc) Alcohol is allowed to be drunken out side pubs and on pub benches situated on the street. Children under 5 yrs old are not allowed Alcohol even… Read More
Wine and Spirits on Colonial. You can drink it at St Andrews pub in Altamonte Springs. They even have it in a UK pint.
The smallest pub in the UK is the nutshell in Bury St edmunds, Suffolk
J D Wetherspoon's owns the largest pub in the UK, The Regal in Cambridge.
In the UK - you have to be 18.
This applies to England & Wales at least, (But i t Northern Ireland to) THE LAW AND UNDER 18'S IN PUBS :FACTS: 1) No body under the age of 18 can buy any sort of Alcoholic drink in a pub. 2) No body under 18 can serve Alcohol to any one in a pub, even if the customer is clearly over 18. 3) 16/17 Year old's can Legally drink (Beer,Cider or Mead ONLY) in a… Read More
The minimum drinking age in the UK is 5 years old, at which point a child may drink at home under adult supervision. At the age of 16, a child may drink wine, beer or cider with a meal at a restaurant. At age 18, an adult may purchase and consume whatever alcohol they wish.
NO the law is 21 no matter what country you originate from
In the UK a 'boozer' is a pub, or Public House, a place to go and be social and drink, a boozer can also refer to a person who is a regular drinker and tends to overdo it.
21 (unless for religious ceremony)# again there are people who live in the UK
There is a specific offence of allowing or causing a child under 5 years to consume alcohol. Other age restrictions in the UK relate to the purchase and possession of alcohol rather than drinking. No one under 18 can purchase alcohol and it is also an offence to purchase alcohol for someone under 18. There are in fact some exceptions to this and younger people are allowed to purchase and drink wine with certain meals… Read More
You must be at LEAST 18 !
Well their is quite a few. I am only 14 but it might help what i know. You could do extras which is say like in Eastenders the pub you could be one of the people that is in the pub having a drink, or you can audition for speaking parts like i have. Their is many more jobs you can do in performing arts. Good Luck in finding the job you want. I hope… Read More
You may drink alcohol at home with adult supervision from the age of 5.
Drinking of Alcohol when under the legal age of "Adult" status. This varies in each country eg: Australia you are legally Adult at 18 y/old and parts of US is 21y/old. ***** In the UK, it is illegal to BUY alcohol under the age 18. However, it is legal to DRINK it from the age of FIVE upwards, in a private place under the supervision of an adult. From sixteen upwards, it is legal to… Read More
waiter or barman or bar girl - Plus - to meet equal opportunities they are now "bar persons " It can be also if in the UK a Licencee or Landlord/lady (these are the people who hold the main Alcohol licence)
The minimum legal age at which you can purchase alcoholic drinks is 18. You can drink alcohol with a meal in a restaurant at 14 and you can drink it at any age, at home, with your parents' consent.
People drink for lots of reasons. Some people drink because it makes them happy or makes them feel good about themselves. Others drink because they think it makes them relaxed, calm, quiet, and special it can lead to anti-social behaviour! approximatley 40,000 people in the UK die each year because of alcohol. there is an increase of medical emergencies caused by alcohol. alcopops have a high content of alcohol in them! mixing alcohol with medicines… Read More
At age 5: A child can drink alcohol at home under the supervision of an adult. At age 14: A child can enter certain pubs, but cannot drink. At age 16: A child may drink wire, beer or cider with a meal at a restaurant. At age 18: An adult may purchase and consume alcohol.
No. The minimum age is 18
There is no legal limit to how much a pub manager or landlord can drink on duty in the UK, but obviously the more drunk he gets, the less able he is to carry out his duties and the less popular he will be with his customers. Although it's not actually ILLEGAL, it is strongly disapproved of socially for publicans to be seen to be drunk on duty, and if they work for a buisness… Read More
In France the age for buying alcohol is 16. In the UK it's 18 but 16 for beer or cider with a meal in a restaurant. Children over the age of 5 can drink alcohol in a private place with parental consent.
there is a small 30ml drink i know of called security feel better which you drink before you go to bed when you've had alcohol and wake up feeling better. there is a company in UK who sells it. Google security feel better UK. Cheers
It would not be ethical to answer this question (although I'm sure someone will).
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), which issues health guidelines in the UK, has concluded that it is safe for expectant mothers to consume a small drink of alcohol each day.
a pub singer
A glass of beer in a UK pub.