St. Paul Approves Sunday Taproom Sales


St. Paul Taprooms

The City of St. Paul has taken another step to support its local beer scene. The St. Paul City Council passed an ordinance on Wednesday to allow taprooms to sell alcohol made on site on Sundays.

The change will go into effect in 30 days and will apply from 10 a.m. Sunday to 1 a.m. Monday. Taprooms will need to get a special license and pay a $200 fee.

The ordinance also allows micro-breweries to buy special licenses allowing them to sell alcohol in designated “cocktail rooms,” though they are not included in the new Sunday approval.


Photo via: Michael Fajardo 


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Rebecca Mariscal is a student at the University of St. Thomas majoring in Communication and Journalism with a minor in Spanish. She was born in California and has lived in four states since then, finally landing in Minnesota (maybe not for good). She loves to travel and studied abroad in London and Ireland last year with another planned trip to Argentina this upcoming year. She hopes to continue her travels after graduation without the excuse of class credit. She is an avid reader who enjoys anything she can get her hands on, from literature classics to popular trilogies. She enjoys writing in all forms, contributing to not only Minnesota Connect but also St. Thomas’s student-run online news source TommieMedia and the School of Social Work’s Perspectives.

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