So....last summer my wife & purchased one of those nifty metal growlers at a brewery in McCall on the way home from the Main. One of the chain restaurants in Cedar offers growler refills so we thought it would be a good addition to our kit, especially for the night before we launch.
Well...said local establishment claims the growler MUST have their logo on it for them to legally refill it. Does anyone know how to navigate Utah law to verify this claim? Seems unlikely to me and I think the manager is just confused or fearful of local law officer's possible confusion. I have found this:
Not only does it not state such a requirement for Utah but the bottom lists that a brewer's label is only normally needed when a beer is bottled ahead of time, i.e. not a growler by legal definition.
Is there anyone out there who can clarify this for me? I would love to be able to use the growler I purchased and not have another useless piece of equipment to join my Lite Cylinder in the shed.
Thanks in advance. I look forward to the day Utah catches up to the modern era in regards to liquor laws. But not holding my breathe.