AACEA Washington: What Is The Difference Between A Class 12 & Class 13 MAST Permit?
If you need a Class 12 or Class 13 Washington MAST Permit, AACEA Washington makes it easy for you to get certified online. But before you get started, you may be wondering what the difference is between a Class 13 MAST Permit and a Class 12 MAST Permit.
We would be happy to help break this down for you!
Class 13 Washington MAST Permit
If you are between 18-20 years of age you are eligible for a Class 13 MAST Permit which will allow you to perform the following tasks:
- Take alcohol orders
- Carry alcohol to a customer’s table and pour it into their glass
Class 12 Washington MAST Permit
If you are 21 years of age or older you are eligible for a Class 12 MAST Permit which will allow you to perform the below tasks in addition to the tasks of a Class 13 Mast Permit holder:
- Work behind a bar
- Mix drinks
- Pour alcohol from a tap
- Manage an establishment
- Conduct alcohol tastings at an approved location with a tasting endorsement
To break this down even further, your eligibility for the Class 13 and Class 12 MAST Permits are determined by your age, and the alcohol server training course content is exactly the same regardless of what permit you will be receiving!
We hope this helps to answer any questions you may have had regarding the differences between a Class 12 MAST Permit and a Class 13 MAST Permit.
Whenever you’re ready, we welcome you to take our AACEA Washington online Washington MAST Permit course to become certified and receive your very own Class 12 or Class 13 MAST permit!