According to the Downtown Alliance, "The mining and railroad boom brought immigrants to Utah from around the world. With them they brought their well-established drinking habits. Rather than lose money to outsiders by importing beer, the first "buy local" movement was initiated by men with a knack for brewing beer."
So, on the Thirst Fursday Historic Pub Crawl, the Utah Heritage Foundation will tell the history of beer in Utah and takes crawlers into three of Utah's most well-known watering holes, with a Thrist Fursday Pub Crawl t-shirt included with your registration.
The prices is $20 for non-members and general public, and $15 for Utah Heritage Foundation members.
Upcoming Dates are Feb. 7, March 7, April 4, and May 2.
For more information go to: www,utahheritagefoundation.org
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