The Utah Department of Alcohol Beverage Services (DABS) reports $579.05 million total sales in fiscal year 2023.
The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Services (DABS) today announced a major shift for how businesses and organizations maintain records, make payments, and manage their alcohol licensing.
Former Utah State Representative Steve Handy is newly confirmed to serve on the Alcoholic Beverage Services Commission for a term of four years.
The newest state liquor and wine store opens in Sandy on Monday, July 31, 2023, located in the Little Cottonwood Shopping Center at 9400 South and Highland Drive.
Governor Spencer Cox appoints Tara Thue as chair of the Utah Alcoholic Beverage Services (ABS) Commission.
Utah’s Alcoholic Beverage Services (DABS) Commission will hold their June meeting in Logan where they can connect with hospitality, food and beverage businesses and representatives in northern Utah.
Today, the Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Services (DABS) launches its new help desk, improving accessibility and service for all Utahns.
Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson will unveil a Parents Empowered Month declaration at a news conference on January 18, 2023.
The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Services (DABS) releases its annual report for fiscal year 2022 that outlines total alcohol sales of $557.45 million.
Utah’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control is getting a service-first facelift with the launch of its new name and new mission.
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