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NOTICE: DABC Commission Meeting on April 28, 2020 changing from physical meeting to virtual meeting:  Instructions here
Temporary Store Hours During COVID-19 Pandemic:

In order to keep DABC stores clean, open, and stocked, and to better serve our customers and support our stores employees, we are temporarily limiting store hours at all DABC stores from Noon-7 PM Monday thru Saturday.  Club stores will maintain their normal hours.  These hours will remain in effect until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time.

Mandatory Manager Training Sign Up
    NOTE: All training must be done online until further notice
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Organizing a Special Event?



Special events can range from private events such as weddings, conferences, seminars, conventions, class reunions and private parties, to public events such as arts festivals, rodeos, community activities, and political, religious and charitable fund-raisers. Alcohol service at these special events can be accommodated many different ways under Utah law. Some may require issuance of a permit, others may not.

To find out whether your event will need an event permit or not, please click here:

Alcohol Server Training Program / Manager Training Program

How to sign up for classes or print certificates >>

In 1987, Utah became the second state in the country to establish a mandatory Alcohol Training and Education Seminar for all employees who serve alcohol for on-premise consumption. Now, most states have education programs for responsible alcohol service. Later, training for Off-Premise sales of 3.2 beer "TO GO" in grocery or convenience stores was also required.

In January of 2018, a NEW training for all owners and managers who supervise alcohol servers are required to attend and pass a Manager Training Program. This applies to new applicants, prior to being awarded a license, as well as all current licensees, prior to renewal.

Rob Hansen Training Information Video-What You Need to Know

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