‘Utah Booze News’ podcast: The state gets hundreds of new beers in grocery stores but has zero bar licenses

For Utah beer drinkers, Friday, Nov. 1, might feel like Christmas — with hundreds of new brews never before sold in Utah landing on the shelves of grocery and convenience stores.

In the latest episode of the “Utah Booze News” podcast, Salt Lake Tribune reporter Kathy Stephenson and FOX 13′s Ben Winslow talk about what will happen when a new state law takes effect that allows higher-alcohol beer in retail stores; and why the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control might destroy discounted beer that hasn’t sold before the old law expires.

Also, find out why the DABC has run out of bar licenses for business owners. Listen here

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