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Old 01-27-2017, 12:19 PM   #41
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Plenty of mirco brews in Utah, despite our weird laws. Not sure about Gluten content though.. AND we boast the ONLY Ski-in whiskey distillery in the world...
You guys had the three two beer which meant max alcohol of 3.2%. I think you guys have since done away with that law but I don't know when or what the new limit is.
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There have been lots of changes over the last few years. The 3.2 is only gas station/ grocery store beer. The true "liquor stores" are ran by the state. They are only in business to sell alcohol. Higher % brews are there. Most Mircos will not ship their products to Utah, not because of the 3-2 law, but because their beers would have to go to a state store where they would not be refrigerated; therefore, the end product is uncontrolled, and the brewers do not want a bad rap for someone else ruining their beer..
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Old 01-27-2017, 04:12 PM   #43
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I don't know what that is. I'm no expert, I'm just thirsty.

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There have been lots of changes over the last few years. The 3.2 is only gas station/ grocery store beer. The true "liquor stores" are ran by the state. They are only in business to sell alcohol. Higher % brews are there. Most Mircos will not ship their products to Utah, not because of the 3-2 law, but because their beers would have to go to a state store where they would not be refrigerated; therefore, the end product is uncontrolled, and the brewers do not want a bad rap for someone else ruining their beer..
Well, it's a start.
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I like that this thread turned into a beer discussion. Too bad we can't do it in person around a fire.


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I think it has turned into a beer thread... Now, if we could change the title of the thread to make it more appropriate...
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Beer is a good thing. Bus and beer...both b. Brats would go with both.
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