What is the law for minors buying alcohol in Nevada?

Federal law matches Nevada Law: 21 to purchase alcohol and 18 to serve alcohol (such as a waiter/ess in a restaurant). The alcohol control board in Nevada is extremely tough with liquor laws and a vendor, merchant or establishment found to provide alcohol to someone under 21 could lose its liquor license and be subject to thousands of dollars in fines. For a bar, restaurant or casino, this would be devistating! * States establish laws concerning the sale and consumption of all alchoholic beverages. In Nevada as all US states you must be 21 to buy or serve alchoholic beverages. Federal laws concerning the issue only applies to Native American and federal lands (National parks, game preserves, etc.), where buying, selling, and consumption of alchohol is not permitted regardless of age.