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The coronavirus continues to impact bars and restaurants in Utah. Many have closed completely, while others have switched gears and are offering takeout and delivery for the first time.
On this episode of the “Utah Booze News” podcast, find out how consumers are stepping up to help the thousands of food industry employees who have lost their jobs.
Get a recap of the state liquor commission’s first “virtual” meeting and learn how COVID-19 — and a magnitude 5.7 earthquake — impacted sales at state-run liquor stores.
Also, Steve Conlin, with Ogden’s Own Distillery, explains how the business went from making vodka and gin to producing medical-grade hand sanitizer that is in short supply.