Once again, Utah is last to satisfy the people who live here and only seeks to further the tourists’ common notion, "You cannot get a drink in Utah." (We almost got rid of that stigma.)

Soon the big breweries will stop all sales to Utah and we will end up with nothing but overpriced warm beer to buy for off-site consumption at inconvenient hours from the few-and-far-between state liquor stores.

Well, off to Evanston or Wendover with a cooler so I can buy beer that is kept cold, the way it should be. Bye-bye, Utah. No more alcohol tax money from me. And, while I am out of state, I will surely stock up on wines and liquors, too. So, Utah, you just lost even more money.

Paul Jerominski, Salt Lake City