The Ocho | Home-Brewing Outlaws 

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Eight pros and cons of legalizing home beer and wine breweries (as per House Bill 51):

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8. Pro: Utah home brewers would no longer be “outlaws.”

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7. Con: Utah home brewers could no longer brag about being “outlaws.”

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6. Pro: Bill allows households to brew up to 200 gallons per year.

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5. Con: Some of us go through that in a weekend.

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4. Pro: Law may inspire home brewers to make more quality beer.

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3. Con: Law may inspire cheap bastards to make their own PBR.

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2. Pro: The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control would have one less jurisdiction.

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1. Con: The DABC would have more time freed up to fuck with you elsewhere.

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