Beer is going to start disappearing from Utah store shelves, but the legislature is trying to water down the impact

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Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY — You might want to stock up on beer before October 15.

That’s when beer distributors, grocery stores and convenience stores expect to see a noticeable decline in product from store shelves. Some shelves may be empty of six-packs until November 1, when stronger beer is introduced into bars, restaurants, grocery and convenience stores.

“You may see some of your bars, restaurants, grocery and c-stores not have your favorite. Maybe you’ll switch to a second favorite for a short time. It’s a growing pain the drinking population just has to endure for a couple of weeks,” Kate Bradshaw, the director of the Responsible Beer Choice Coalition said in an interview on “Utah Booze News: An Alcohol Policy Podcast” produced by FOX 13 and The Salt Lake Tribune.

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