Here are some of the main takeaways for the new Utah liquor law changes that went into effect on June, 1st 2022 with a handy beer to go guide.
Utah Liquor Lawyer, Tanner Lenart will once again be a judge at this year’s Utah Wine Festival which takes place September 2-4 2022.
Here are then updates to Utah’s new liquor laws for 2022. Lots of changes here. Some good changes some not so good changes. Find out more.
Remember this is my first pass over this liquor legislation. If you have specific questions, I’m taking new clients… Let’s go!
Utah servers and waiters are required to where a name badge when serving alcohol. Not wearing a name badge is a violation all by itself.
It’s time for the Utah Legislature to consider what benefit the state of Utah and its residents receive from restricting liquor licenses.
Hear all the new liquor law changes in the state of Utah that include stricter DUI laws, stronger beer, and traveling with alcohol.
When the “This Is a Restaurant, Not a Bar” signs became obsolete they were turned into an art project by Utah Liquor Lawyer Tanner Lenart.
Tanner was recently featured on Visit Utah’s Instagram where she talked about some of the myths surrounding Utah’s Liquor Laws.