City Pages | Surly asks fans for help changing laws

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“Surly wants to sell pints of its beer in the planned restaurant and beer garden. Minnesota statute doesn’t allow breweries with an annual production above 3500 barrels to sell beer directly to consumers. Sales for on-site consumption are prohibited for all non-brewpub breweries. In order for Surly to fulfill its dream, the statute has to be amended. The brewery is working with state lawmakers to do just that, and it’s asking fans to help.”

Surly asks fans for help changing laws – Minneapolis / St. Paul Restaurants and Dining – The Hot Dish.

KSTP video here.

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Filed under Economic Development, Government's Footprint, Minnesota

2 responses to “City Pages | Surly asks fans for help changing laws

  1. This is a nonsense statute. Let’s encourage business in Minnesota. I would love to have a brewery in our old dog pound by the river with a beer garden next to it. Where are you beer brewers in Red Wing. As soon as the economy picks up, let’s do some thinking.

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