Minneapolis breweries begin Sunday taproom operations thanks to eased regulations

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Beginning this weekend, some Minneapolis breweries will be opening their taprooms for Sunday operations. The change comes thanks to the repeal of legal restrictions passed during the last legislative session.

The legislation was to allow Sunday taprooms was authored by Senator Roger Reinert in the Senate, and Representative Sarah Anderson in the House with Kahn, Paymar and Frieberg joining as co-authors.

You cannot purchase growlers from a brewpub or taproom (yet), but the tide is turning. By supporting legislators that listen to voters and making your voices heard we can all help to modernize Minnesota liquor laws.

Brewpubs are allowed to be open Sundays, but this is a first Minneapolis brewers.

The following taprooms will be open on Sundays:
Fulton Beer
Hours:
12-5pm
(starting July 13th)

Harriet Brewing
Hours:
12-8pm
(Bring in your own vinyl)

Boom Island Brewing
Hours:
12-6pm

612Brew
Hours:
11:30-9pm

Sociable Cider Werks
Hours:
10-6pm
(starting July 27th)

Enki Brewing (Victoria)
Hours
12-6pm

Lift Bridge Brewing (Stillwater)
Hours:
12-6pm
(Starting July 13th)

Steel Toe Brewing (St. Louis Park)
Hours:
12-6pm


Did we miss any taprooms? Let us know in the comments below.

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