- Minnesota packaging breweries are not allowed to sell beer for on-premise consumption in their own breweries.
- In February 2011, Senators Scheid, Thompson, Higgins, Parry, and Pappas introduced a bill to allow packaging breweries to apply for an on-premise license.
- If this bill becomes law, it would be one of the most important moments in Minnesota beer history.
- The bill does not expand the ability of packaging breweries to sell beer for off-premise consumption (ie, cans, bottles, or kegs straight from the brewery) or to self-distribute.
- There is a small but highly active group opposed to any sort of change in alcohol laws, and they are very good at calling their Legislators.
- Click on the above links to learn more about the MN Pint Law, including the status of the bill, and what you can do to help…
- Please contact your state Senator and Representative and ask them to support the MN Pint Law!
If each Legislator gets even a dozen calls in favor, it shows how important this is to Minnesota citizens. Don’t let the opposition drown us out.
Thank you for your support!
Minnesota Brewers & MN Pint Law Supporters