The Utah Consumer Coalition is a grassroots alliance of the responsible citizens of Utah who feel that they've been disenfranchised by Utah’s lawmakers and special interest groups when drafting laws that govern the sale of beer in Utah. Beginning with the 2020 legislative session, the UCC will be … Read More about Utah Consumer Coalition
The Consumer Voice for Utah Beer Laws
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The Utah Consumer Coalition is a non-profit 501(c)(4) corporation registered in the State of Utah to advocate on behalf of consumers for better beer laws.
Who We Are
We are responsible citizens of Utah who support local businesses, care for the environment and embrace our State's cultural diversity.
The Change We Seek in 2020
To modify Utah beer laws to allow heavy beer to be dispensed from tap-to-glass.
It was a shining moment in Utah history. In the 2009 Utah legislative session, Representative Curtis Oda, R-Clearfield sponsored House Bill 349 to allow the sale of heavy beer on draft in Utah bars and restaurants. Although bars and restaurants were already allowed to serve heavy beer by the bottle … Read More about The Day H.B 349 (Heavy Beer on Tap) Died
You’ve probably heard of “three R’s” of sustainability: reduce, reuse and recycle. The goal of the three R’s is to prevent waste and conserve natural resources. So what do we mean when we talk about reduce, reuse, and recycle anyway? And how do the Three R’s apply to Utah beer laws? To help answer … Read More about The Three R’s of Sustainability and Utah Beer
Citizenship is the common thread that connects all Utahns. The term citizen has an inherent political meaning that describes a relationship between the people and its government. Citizens have a set of rights and responsibilities, including the responsibility to respect the rights, beliefs, and … Read More about Do Utah Lawmakers Always Know What’s Best?