Larger Craft Brewers Push Minnesota Lawmakers To Change Restrictions On GrowlersThe restriction affects popular brewers like Surly, Fulton, Indeed, Lift Bridge, Castle Danger and Schell's.
Surly Beer Hall's Closing May Be Sign Of Things To Come For Minnesota's Craft BreweriesJennifer Mayerle found out what the closure of the Surly Beer Hall in Minneapolis means for the future of other Minnesota breweries and taprooms.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Craft Brewers Say They're Forced To Dump Beer Due To State Taproom Laws"We had to dump a 30-barrel batch of beer down the drain, and we expect to have to dump more coming up," Bauhaus director of operations Drew Hurst said.
Paulsen Pushing For Tax Cut For Craft BreweriesOn the first Sunday breweries in Minneapolis could sell growlers beer, Rep. Eric Paulsen appeared on WCCO Sunday Morning, saying he wants an excise tax cut for small breweries.
Twin Cities Craft Brewers Brace For Sunday Growler SalesA single pint of beer can often lead to a much bigger sale in the craft brewery business. The 64-ounce growler allows customers to bring home a sampling of their favorite brew.
Coming Soon To A Brewery Near You: Sunday Growler SalesMinnesotans will soon be able to take home bottles of beer from their favorite craft breweries on Sundays. Gov. Mark Dayton signed a package of liquor regulation changes into law Friday including legal Sunday growler sales.
Mpls. Brewery Opens With Senator’s HelpA local business is just getting over the red tape from the federal government shutdown earlier this year. And, they’re celebrating with a toast. The new Freehouse Brewery celebrated their opening in Minneapolis Saturday. The business finally got their brewery permit from the Treasury Department after about a month delay. It’s something they say couldn't have been done without the help of Sen. Amy Klobuchar.