BEER TAX

Money from the Alcoholic Beverage and Substance Abuse Enforcement and Treatment Restricted Account is distributed yearly to counties and municipalities as spelled out in Utah Code § 32b-2-4. The Legislature intends for this money to be used in a balanced approach to reducing the harmful effects of substance abuse, overconsumption of alcoholic products by adults, and alcohol consumption by minors. To this end, the Legislature encourages municipalities and counties receiving money under this part to use the most effective formula allocation to fund evidence-based and evidence-informed prevention programs.

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Beer Tax Annual Reporting

No later than October 1st of each year counties and municipalities receiving Beer Tax Funds are required to report on their expenditures. Please watch the instructional video and use the materials below before submitting your information.

Beer Tax Form Worksheet
FY 24 Beer Tax Distribution List
Beer Tax Carry-Over

Reporting Instructional Video

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Beer Tax Annual Report

No later than October 1st of each year counties and municipalities receiving Beer Tax Funds are required to report on their expenditures under the program to the USAAV+ Council. Using these reports, the Beer Tax Program Manager compiles data to present in the annual Beer Tax Report.

Full Report
Report Summary

BEER TAX CONTACTS

USAAV+ Director 

Elizabeth Klc  

801-538-1921

efklc@utah.gov




Beer Tax Program Manager 

Morgan Williams

801-538-1088 

mvwilliams@utah.gov

Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Grants (RSAT)

Utah Substance Use and Mental Health Advisory (USAAV+) Council administers RSAT Formula Grant funds allocated by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).

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