SALT LAKE CITY – The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales will be seen Thursday night in Ogden on Trick or Treat Street, the day after they've walked through downtown Salt Lake City as Utah prepares for the passage to stronger beer ,
November 1 marks the first day that food and convenience stores in Utah can sell beer with the new upper limit of 4% by weight alcohol (5% by volume alcohol) set forth in SB132, which is governed by legislation in Utah was adopted during the 2019 General Assembly. The legendary horses appeared in Salt Lake City to hold a "funeral" for 3.2 ale.
The Budweiser Clydesdales trudged through the streets of Salt Lake in Halloween costumes accompanied by "casket wearers" and visited bars while Budweiser representatives distributed "obituaries" for 3.2 ale.
The 3.2% alcohol content Since the end of the ban in 1933, there is a limit. Greater beers are available in state-run liquor stores, and the new law will move several popular beers, such as Stella Artois and Pacifico, from liquor stores to corner stores.  The state may have to destroy unsold beer if they have less than 4% of beer left after Thursday, as state-run liquor stores can no longer keep this kind. Last holdouts, away from 3.2 beer in grocery stores and convenience stores. Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma have recently raised their borders leaving Minnesota as the final state with a 3.2% cap.
RIP 3.2 beer pic.twitter.com/2EfpkYq4Km
– Carter Williams (@cwilliamsKSL) October 31, 2019
The Budweiser Clydesdales appear in Ogden's historic 25th from 3:30 to 7:30 pm Street Thursday deliveries in bars and restaurants. According to the Ogden Downtown Alliance, they will also be available for photos.
Trick or Treat Streets is a family-friendly event where downtown shops decorate shop windows and hand out sweets to scammers.