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Here’s a reminder for establishments that want to sell alcohol past 1 a.m. in Minnesota: you need a permit in order to do so under state law. If an establishment chooses to sell intoxicating liquor or 3.2 percent malt liquor on-sale between 1 – 2 a.m., an optional 2 a.m. liquor permit is required.Find the form on the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division website at: dps.mn.gov/divisions/age/forms-documents
The Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division reminds Minnesotans that distilling spirits for personal use or for sale is illegal without the proper licensing. Producing distilled spirits can be dangerous if not done properly and could result in severe illness or death. However, it is legal to produce beer or wine for personal use or family consumption without a permit or license.
Minnesota Statute for Licenses
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