(b) An individual may without being licensed under this chapter manufacture in the 83 individual’s personal residence a fermented alcoholic beverage if:
(i) the individual is 21 years of age or older;
(ii) the individual manufactures no more than:
(A) 100 gallons in a calendar year, if there is one individual that is 21 years of age or 87 older residing in the household; or
(B) 200 gallons in a calendar year, if there are two or more individuals who are 21 years of age or older residing in the household;
(iii) the fermented alcoholic beverage is manufactured and used for personal or family 91 use and consumption, including use at an organized event where fermented alcoholic 92 beverages are judged as to taste and quality; and
(iv) the fermented alcoholic beverage is not for:
(A) sale or offering for sale; or
(B) consumption on a premise licensed by the commission.
In other words, Homebrewing is now Legal in Utah.
- Full text of Utah House Bill 51: http://le.utah.gov/~2009/bills/hbillenr/hb0051.htm
- Brewers’ Association announcement: http://www.beertown.org/ba/media_2009/Utah_legalizes_homebrewing.html