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(08-03-2018, 09:39 PM)UtahCoasterEnth Wrote: [ -> ]Ive been keeping a close eye on its progress throught their social media platforms. Its looking good. I wish they had highly themed amusement park rides. I think they are missing out on a great opportunity.

It does look like there will be a train ride but they don't seem to want to talk about it, probably because it won't be ready for opening day. I think if it does well we may be seeing expansion with more rides in the future.
(08-03-2018, 10:26 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: [ -> ]It does look like there will be a train ride but they don't seem to want to talk about it, probably because it won't be ready for opening day. I think if it does well we may be seeing expansion with more rides in the future.

One can hope.
Evermore is opening with a 21+ party on Sept. 8th. Tickets are $89.

https://www.evermore.com/tickets/
(08-11-2018, 10:02 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: [ -> ]Evermore is opening with a 21+ party on Sept. 8th. Tickets are $89.

https://www.evermore.com/tickets/
Must have scored a Beer and Wine License.....which makes me curious. Since you now have to choose if you are a Restaurant (No Under 21 in Bar Area but required to purchase food) or Bar (Over 21 Only, not required to purchase food), what would Lagoon or Evermore have to declare themselves with a Beer Garden or with an Event Center and/or Dining Location that serves adult beverages?

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(08-11-2018, 10:23 PM)linearinduction Wrote: [ -> ]Must have scored a Beer and Wine License.....which makes me curious. Since you now have to choose if you are a Restaurant (No Under 21 in Bar Area but required to purchase food) or Bar (Over 21 Only, not required to purchase food), what would Lagoon or Evermore have to declare themselves with a Beer Garden or with an Event Center and/or Dining Location that serves adult beverages?

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I'm sure the beer garden at Lagoon will be a (no food required) 'bar' with only 21+ with a wristband allowed inside. This doesn't mean the whole property will be considered a bar of course, just the beer garden. Probably something similar will happen at Evermore. There's also special permits for one time events, but I'm guessing the things at Lagoon and Evermore will be permanent.
(08-11-2018, 10:30 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: [ -> ]I'm sure the beer garden at Lagoon will be a (no food required) 'bar' with only 21+ with a wristband allowed inside. This doesn't mean the whole property will be considered a bar of course, just the beer garden. Probably something similar will happen at Evermore. There's also special permits for one time events, but I'm guessing the things at Lagoon and Evermore will be permanent.
Are you sure? It's the DABC we are talking about here, who are controlled by the Churchislature. It's enthralling to watch the Master Brewer at Hoppers explain this all to a couple from Virginia, and then have to buy Chips and Salsa yourself, just to buy a growler for your business, because it's an ingredient at your luncheonette. Of course, the couple, staying at a Hotel next door, just wanted a brew, and had to sit in the bar area and buy Chips and Salsa for $1, just to have a 3.2 beer. The poor couple was dumbfounded by the required by law spiel of "Do you intend to purchase food?" and even more perplexed that they had to be coached to say yes, as if it was an "Inquisition." Their word, not mine.

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(08-11-2018, 10:38 PM)linearinduction Wrote: [ -> ]Are you sure? It's the DABC we are talking about here, who are controlled by the Churchislature. It's enthralling to watch the Master Brewer at Hoppers explain this all to a couple from Virginia, and then have to buy Chips and Salsa yourself, just to buy a growler for your business, because it's an ingredient at your luncheonette. Of course, the couple, staying at a Hotel next door, just wanted a brew, and had to sit in the bar area and buy Chips and Salsa for $1, just to have a 3.2 beer. The poor couple was dumbfounded by the required by law spiel of "Do you intend to purchase food?" and even more perplexed that they had to be coached to say yes, as if it was an "Inquisition." Their word, not mine.

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Well no, I'm not sure. The Evermore thing could just be a special event permit, and Lagoon could go the restaurant path but the bar with wristbands thing is easier, limits their liability and sells more beer (and creates a kid-free zone). Of course I have no idea how the DABC will award licenses, but I'd think both parks would prefer the bar license.

I am fully aware that Utah's laws are stupid.
(08-11-2018, 10:48 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: [ -> ]Well no, I'm not sure. The Evermore thing could just be a special event permit, and Lagoon could go the restaurant path but the bar with wristbands thing is easier, limits their liability and sells more beer (and creates a kid-free zone). Of course I have no idea how the DABC will award licenses, but I'd think both parks would prefer the bar license.

I am fully aware that Utah's laws are stupid.
I know that you are fully aware. Wink

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If I didn't know any better, I would think Evermore was a new game getting ready to launch based on the design of the website. Happy
I'm going to just leave this here.
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