Yes, as long as it is not a felony DUI conviction. However, individuals employed as servers, bartenders or managers at on-premise licenses (such as clubs or drinking establishments) cannot have three or more convictions for alcohol related offenses (including DUIs) or two or more convictions of a “furnishing to a minor” offense within the last five years.
Yes, owners or employees who serve, mix or dispense alcohol cannot have a felony conviction of any type.
No, a felony must be expunged to work as an employee who serves, mixes and dispenses alcohol or manages employees who handle alcohol.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
The minimum age is 21 years old.
There is not any minimum age limit under Kansas law.
Retail liquor store employees must be at least 21 years old. CMB retailer employees must be at least 18 years old to conduct the sale.