AACEA Utah: Basic Utah Alcohol Laws Every Server Should Know!
Curious about Utah’s liquor laws? We put together a list of some of the most important alcohol laws you need to know in Utah as an alcohol seller or server, or even as a customer or someone who wants to participate in alcoholic festivities in Utah State.
How old do I need to be in Utah State to bartend?
How old do I need to be in Utah State to serve alcohol as waitstaff?
How old do I need to be in Utah State to conduct alcohol tastings?
How old do I need to be in Utah State to enter a bar?
How old do I need to be in Utah State to drink alcohol?
How old do I need to be in Utah State to order or purchase alcohol?
What is the legal BAC driving limit in Utah State?
.05 If you are over 21 (beginning December, 2018)
.04 If you are over 21 and driving a commercial vehicle
.02 If you are under 21
What are the legal hours for alcohol sales and service at bars and restaurants in Utah State?
- 10 AM-1 AM
- 10 AM-1 AM for beer up to 4% ABV
- 11:30 AM-Midnight for liquor, wine, heavy beer
- 11:30 AM-1 AM for beer up to 4% ABV
Do I need to take a course to sell or serve alcohol in Utah State?
Yes! You are required to complete a Utah DABC approved Responsible Alcohol Sales & Service Course within 30 days of employment.
There is no doubt that Utah Liquor Laws are some of the strictest in the country, and even though the above-mentioned Utah Alcohol Laws provide you with a great foundation, there is so much more to learn about responsible alcohol sales and service and the various alcohol laws in Utah State. If you’re interested in learning more and receiving a Utah Alcohol Server Certificate in the process, we welcome you to check out our Utah DABC approved Online Utah Alcohol Seller Server Training course whenever and wherever is most convenient for you!
Cheers, and Happy Training!