phishpond417 (51) Madison, Wisconsin | July 7, 2009
58 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 11/20
I visited this place 3 times in one day with my girlfriend, underestimating the ABV of the beers, as well as the quantity. The prices are higher, because the laws are more strict. But its still worth it, this is really the only place you can buy liquor and wine, is in the Utah State run liquor stores. This particular one sold single bottles from all over as well as many different brews from Moab Brewery and other breweries around the state. If youíre in Logan, check it out.
JMerritt (72) Macomb, Illinois | June 11, 2009
50 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 12/20
There were no beer places on the site for Logan, so since I was stuck here for training for 2 days I seeked one out and added it. This was my first visit to the infamous State Liquor Stores of Utah, so apologies as most of my observations are likely well known by the locals. But based on my one visit to a Utah-run liquor store, Iíve learned that a) you can only purchase single bottles (which was ok for me, a traveler who would rather just buy a single bottle of a few regional offerings); and b) they ONLY sell beer, wine and liquor. This means no bottle openers (gonna have to figure out how to pop open these bottles with what I have laying around my hotel room), corkscrews, glasses, etc. What a backwards state. That being said, this place had a decent offering, many more local beers than I was expecting (lot of Uinata, Wasatch, and Squatters stuff here) as well as some California/Oregon stuff. Also had Rochefort 8 and 10, Orval, a few other Belgians. Definitely nothing to sneeze at. Some prices were kind of high, but they had a few nice barley wine bombers for a mere $3/bottle, so that was cool.