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Old 05-08-2015, 05:21 PM   #1
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Liquor into and through Utah

Anybody ever had a problem bringing booze into or just passing through Utah,,
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Old 05-08-2015, 05:30 PM   #2
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No problem at all. How would they know?
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Well,, when I throw the can out the window
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Is utah a dry state? Where we live there is a dry county every road that crosses the county line has a liquor store.
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There's no problem with alcohol in Utah. You can buy whatever you want at state run liquor stores. However their prices are high so you're usually better off purchasing out of state.

When we lived in Park City we would occasionally drive to Wyoming to stock up.
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Hmmmm... Define "Dry"!

I was jn Moab last week sitting at Zax's on the corner of Main & 100 S. They were willing to serve me more beer than I needed.

Grocery store sells beer and wine.

The hard stuff has to come from the State Liquor Store.

... But in any case, there is no shortage of alcohol in Moab.
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Hmmmm... Define "Dry"!

I was jn Moab last week sitting at Zax's on the corner of Main & 100 S. They were willing to serve me more beer than I needed.

Grocery store sells beer and wine.

The hard stuff has to come from the State Liquor Store.

... But in any case, there is no shortage of alcohol in Moab.
Better check the ABV on that beer. Most beer in Utah is a watered down product. Full ABV is only found in state run stores at high cost.
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You know,,, I never have that problem (I'm a Coffee-holic).
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Colorado & Wyoming are 46th & 48th , concerning State rankings of taxation on Spirits
Utah is 9th- might want to take beverages with you when you enter.
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You probably won't find a Liquor Store with a convenient drive up window in Utah.
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Anybody ever had a problem bringing booze into or just passing through Utah,,
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Indian reservations are understandably dry in many places. Otherwise, we've never had a problem.
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There are very, very few communities in the entire USA where it is illegal to possess or consume alcohol. Most "dry" communities or counties only prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Utah doesn't even qualify as "dry". Liquor and full-strength beers and wines are sold in state-run liquor stores and various restaurants & clubs licensed for liquor sales. Beers under 4% ABV are available in grocery stores and other outlets. You can even brew your own beer at home. There are, however, some unusual regulations concerning how and where alcohol products can be display or offered.
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