PROVO LIQUOR & WINE STORE CLOSED Due to exposure to Covid, employees of the Provo store have been sent home to quarantine.
Packaged liquor , wine, and heavy beer “to go” are sold at state liquor stores throughout Utah . State liquor stores accept cash, check, and credit cards, and are closed on Sundays and holidays. Other package agencies are often located in hotels and resorts for customer convenience.
In one of the most regulated and restricted states in the US, residents may now special- order alcohol online . The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) announced that Utah residents may use an online special order form to purchase alcohol that is otherwise unavailable in the State’s liquor stores.
Remember, no liquor at Costco in Utah (just beer ) but the wine store makes up for that.
All liquor , wine, and beers with an ABV above 4% must be purchased from a Utah state liquor store or a package agency. There are 41 state stores (including three specialty wine stores) and 111 smaller package agencies. Some hotels and resorts have package agencies to accommodate their guests.
To serve beer or alcohol within your place of business, you must get a license from both the City and the State of Utah , Division of Alcohol Beverage Control (DABC). The DABC will require a signed local consent form from the City and a copy of your Business License Certificate.
Utah state liquor stores: Higher ABV beer, wine and liquor are available at Utah’s 41 state liquor stores, which are generally open Monday through Saturday from 11 am to anywhere between 5 pm and 10 pm, depending on the location. Please note that these stores are closed on Sundays .
According to the DABC website, “only the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) may lawfully have liquor products imported and shipped into Utah . Private individuals may not lawfully import or transport them into the state.”
Unfortunately, shipping wine to Utah is not possible at this time. Even though Utah maintains state laws that prohibit communities from enacting dry alcohol policies, shipping wine into Utah is actually a felony.
Can I bring alcoholic beverages into Utah from another state? No, with some exceptions. It is ILLEGAL to go to another state, purchase the booze and bring it back to Utah . It is ILLEGAL to receive alcoholic beverages through the US Postal service or any other courier service.
House Bill 157 , sponsored by Rep. Michael McKell and Sen. Curtis Bramble, was passed by the Utah House of Representatives on Friday. The Wine Services and Amendments would make it legal for wine to be delivered to local liquor stores and for Utahns to sign up for a wine subscription.
Liquor Laws In Utah . For some reason, it is a common misconception that Utah is a ” dry ” ( alcohol forbidden) state . This is simply not true. Grocery stores (food markets) and convenience stores (often at gas stations) are only allowed to sell low alcohol beer and no wine or liquor .
Alcoholic beverages may be sold on any day from 10:00 AM until 1:00 AM . Bars: Liquor, wine, flavored malt beverages, heavy beer, and beer may be served from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Patrons may be served at a bar or table, but food must be available at all times.
Many states have a law prohibiting stores from requiring membership to purchase alcohol, which means you can buy alcohol without a club card. You’re in luck if you reside in Arizona, California , Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Indiana , Kentucky , Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Texas, or Vermont.