[Sca-cooks] Dry sites

Susan Lin susanrlin at gmail.com
Wed Jan 30 14:36:51 PST 2013

I believe Copora does not allow any SCA funds to be used for the purchase
of alcohol.  That's why people buy and bring it themselves.  The only
exception we have ever had is if the alcohol is going into cooking.  I was
allowed to purchase beer (okay really cheap beer) to make bread once.  It
wasn't stuff we would have poured into a glass to drink (or drink out of
the can either).

We have a site here that is wet but it is a cash bar at the VFW and you are
not allowed to bring in any outside liquor.  Another distinction to
consider in looking for a site.


On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 1:28 PM, Colin MacNachtan <colin at mccr.org> wrote:

> On Wednesday, January 30, 2013, Jo Foster wrote:
> > While attempting to find a venue where Eric (Owen ap Howell) and I could
> > have our Chivaree (wedding reception) I was advised of a State of Utah
> > which prohibits the serving of alcohol at any venue were there will be
> > minors present.  While this is a MODERN event ... it does show why so
> many
> > many many venues in the State of Utah are at DRY DRY DRY sites.
> I'm curious.  Does this law specifically prohibit only serving of alcohol,
> or
> does it apply to allowing people to bring their own alcohol?  No SCA event
> I've ever seen has actually served any alcohol.  It's all been individuals
> bringing their own alcohol (which they often share with their friends).
> HL Colin MacNachtan
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