Beer culture, brewing and liquor license issues in the news

If you’re a regular or casual reader of TheMinotVoice, you’ve probably caught coverage of beer-related issues. It’s an ongoing topic because when valued as an integral part of a local economy; the returns are measurable.

Here’s a smattering of recent stories relevant to the topic.

Mandan Bar Owner Wins Appeal to Keep Mural

A mural pointing the way to Lonesome Dove will be allowed to stay for now. Get the full story from the Bismarck Tribune.

A taproom boom is taking off across Minnesota

A taproom is a brewery tasting room. And when the number of taprooms are growing, it means the number of breweries is growing. MPR has the story below.

Beer sales at a truck stop?

The City of Jamestown is taking a look at allowing beer sales at a local truck stop. The owner wants to provide beer for truckers who are stopped for the night and staying in their trucks.

Acquisitions over, premium pricing key to growth for world’s largest brewer.

AB Inbev is the world’s biggest brewer and the competition for that title isn’t close. But the world of big beer is also the world of big business, finance, and shareholder profit pressure. Get a peak on the traditional domestic beer challenges looking ahead.

Josh Wolsky

Developer & Writer @TheMinot Voice, Fan of the Souris River, There's a lot to Savor about Minot. Fortunate to be a 'former' City Council member ;)

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