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30 Oct Being a Community and Environmentally Conscious Business with P3 Utah

Being a community and environmentally conscious business is important to us here at Lux Catering and Events. We believe it is not enough to just carry on business to make a profit without informed and responsible action as to how we affect the local community and the environment. As such, we have made it some of the fundamental tenets of our business structure to carry out community and environmentally conscious behavior in our day to day business. One way we've enacted this is by become a close-working partner and member of P3 Utah. To get a better understanding of what it means to be a member of P3 Utah, check out their latest video featuring a few of our fellow members as well as our very own co-owner, Kelly Lake!
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06 Apr Celebrate Utah Local Brews on New Beer’s Eve

Happy New Beer's Eve! Not familiar with this fun, quirky holiday? Let us explain...

History of New Beer's Eve

April 6th marks the eve of the Cullen-Harrison Act going into effect on April 7th, 1933. President Franklin Roosevelt, just recently sworn into office, fulfilled his first campaign promise by signing into law a bill that raised previous alcohol content in beverages from 0.5% to 3.5% by weight. While alcohol was not impossible to find in the 14 years of Prohibition (Chicago alone had as many as 20,000 speakeasies and Utah's own Ben Lomond Hotel in Ogden was home to an underground speakeasy that is rumored to have been visited by Al Capone himself), the Cullen-Harrison Act was the first legal concessions regarding alcohol content. New Beer' Eve celebrates the return to stronger alcohol content in beer
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