How to Beer Fest
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When and where is the Utah Beer Festival?
Q: Where to enter?
Q: How much does it cost?
Q: Where do I buy tickets?
Q: Any Special Deals?
Q: Where can I find parking?
Q: What’s the deal with the passports?
Q: Do I need to purchase DD wristband this year?
Q: Why do some beers cost more than others?
Q: How many beers will be available?
Q: Can I bring my child and/or pet?
Q: What is the appropriate ID to get into the event?
Q: When do taps close?
Q: Is there any food on site?
Q: Does UBF accept credit cards or checks?
Q: Who do I contact if I have further questions?
Q: What can I bring?
A: You’re welcome to bring lawn chairs, umbrellas and blankets to spread-out and enjoy the live music. No coolers or large bags are permitted on the festival grounds.
Code of Conduct
Compliance With the Law
- The sale and distribution of beer and liquor is heavily regulated. Under no circumstance will minors be permitted to drink alcohol at the Utah Beer Festival. Participating alcoholic vendors must make reasonable efforts to understand and comply with all applicable requirements on their booths.
- Attendees under the age of 21 will not be permitted to obtain drinking wristbands. If problem persists with an underage individual attempting to obtain a 21+ wristband, Utah Beer Festival will coordinate with local law enforcement.
Respect for the Individual and Groups
- Everyone deserves to operate and co-exist in an environment where each individual is treated with dignity and respect.
- Utah Beer Festival is committed to providing an environment free of discrimination and from abusive, offensive or harassing behavior.
- Therefore, all vendors and attendees must treat all individuals and groups respectfully, recognizing their human dignity, regardless of their diverse human characteristics: race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, physical or mental disability, size or appearance, genetic pre-disposition, ancestry, national origin, or veteran status.
- All vendors and attendees will contribute to a positive environment that is free of hostile and offensive behaviors and harassment. Harassment means any unwelcome and inappropriate verbal or physical conduct, or coercive behavior, where the behavior is known or reasonably ought to be recognized as unwanted or unwelcome.
Responsible Alcohol Consumption
- Brewers and members of the community of beer enthusiasts may enjoy alcoholic beverages at Utah Beer Festival.
- In consuming alcoholic beverages, vendors and attendees must adhere to principles of reasonable consumption.
- Should individuals consume more than a reasonable amount of alcohol and either are or appear to be incapable of functioning, either legally or appropriately, the responsibility of impairment falls upon the individual.