Utah Booze News podcast: Bars must have food even if you don’t eat it, new .05 numbers and a preview of the craft beer fest

On the latest episode of “Utah Booze News: An Alcohol Policy Podcast,” FOX 13’s Ben Winslow and The Salt Lake Tribune‘s Kathy Stephenson break down the latest meeting of Utah’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission. There’s an “investigation” into the drinking habits of DABC commissioners, a reminder that Utah law demands bars offer food (even if you don’t eat it), new numbers since the state’s controversial .05 DUI law went into effect, some juicy news about a liquor store in Farmington and an interview with Nicole Dicou of the Utah Brewer’s Guild about a craft beer festival this weekend and her thoughts on 3.2 beer.

FOX 13: They enforce alcohol policy for Utah, but do members of the DABC commission actually drink?

FOX 13: Here’s how to sign up for the DABC’s new rare liquor drawing and the first bottle available

FOX 13: Sharp drop in alcohol-related crashes since .05 became law, but the majority of arrests are still above .08

SL Trib: Salt Lake City karaoke business finally lands a beer license. How? By adding 2 pool tables.

SL Trib: Now Farmington wants a liquor store, and a West Valley City outlet will be moving

How to get tickets to the Utah Brewer’s Guild Fest

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