News: Tanner S. Lenart Debunks Utah Liquor Law Myths in Park City
Tanner sat down with Darby Doyle, a cocktail historian, to talk about Utah liquor laws and debunk Utah Liquor Law myths. The liquor, wine, and brewery business in the Beehive State have exploded over the past ten years. 

Doyle: How did the 2002 Olympics impact how liquor laws are made in the state?

Tanner: Specifically by loosening up how many liquor licenses were available for bars and restaurants. We started to see a lot of growth in the number of places you're able to get a drink now. 

You can find the interview at Visit Utah on Instagram. 

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