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SF 541

1st Engrossment - 88th Legislature (2013 - 2014) Posted on 04/16/2013 04:26pm

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A bill for an act
relating to liquor; regulating alcohol sales and distribution; authorizing various
licenses;amending Minnesota Statutes 2012, sections 340A.301, subdivisions
6b, 6c, 7, 7a, by adding a subdivision; 340A.4042; 340A.418; Laws 1999,
chapter 202, section 13; Laws 2012, chapter 235, section 8.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA:

Section 1.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.301, subdivision 6b, is amended to
read:


Subd. 6b.

Brewer taproom license.

(a) A municipality, including a city with a
municipal liquor store,
may issue the holder of a brewer's license under subdivision 6,
clause (c), (i), or (j), a brewer taproom license. A brewer taproom license authorizes on-sale
of malt liquor produced by the brewer for consumption on the premises of or adjacent
to one brewery location owned by the brewer. Nothing in this subdivision precludes the
holder of a brewer taproom license from also holding a license to operate a restaurant at
the brewery. Section 340A.409 shall apply to a license issued under this subdivision. All
provisions of this chapter that apply to a retail liquor license shall apply to a license issued
under this subdivision unless the provision is explicitly inconsistent with this subdivision.

(b) A brewer may only have one taproom license under this subdivision, and may
not have an ownership interest in a brewery licensed under subdivision 6, clause (d).

(c) A municipality may not issue a brewer taproom license to a brewer if the brewer
seeking the license, or any person having an economic interest in the brewer seeking the
license or exercising control over the brewer seeking the license, is a brewer that brews
more than 250,000 barrels of malt liquor annually or a winery that produces more than
250,000 gallons of wine annually.

(d) The municipality shall impose a licensing fee on a brewer holding a brewer
taproom license under this subdivision, subject to limitations applicable to license fees
under section 340A.408, subdivision 2, paragraph (a).

(e) A municipality shall, within ten days of the issuance of a license under this
subdivision, inform the commissioner of the licensee's name and address and trade name,
and the effective date and expiration date of the license. The municipality shall also
inform the commissioner of a license transfer, cancellation, suspension, or revocation
during the license period.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective the day following final enactment.

Sec. 2.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.301, subdivision 6c, is amended to read:


Subd. 6c.

Microdistillery fee Microdistilleries.

(a) A microdistillery may provide
on its premises samples of distilled spirits manufactured on its premises, in an amount
not to exceed 15 milliliters per variety per person. No more than 45 milliliters may be
sampled under this paragraph by any person on any day.

(b) The commissioner shall establish a fee for licensing microdistilleries that
adequately covers the cost of issuing the license and other inspection requirements. The
fees shall be deposited in an account in the special revenue fund and are appropriated to
the commissioner for the purposes of this subdivision.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective the day following final enactment.

Sec. 3.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.301, is amended by adding a
subdivision to read:


Subd. 6d.

Small brewer license.

(a) A brewer licensed under subdivision 6, clause
(c), (i), or (j), may be issued a license by a municipality for off-sale of malt liquor at its
licensed premises that has been produced and packaged by the brewer. The license must be
approved by the commissioner. The amount of malt liquor sold at off-sale may not exceed
500 barrels annually. Off-sale of malt liquor shall be limited to the legal hours for off-sale at
exclusive liquor stores in the jurisdiction in which the brewer is located, and the malt liquor
sold off-sale must be removed from the premises before the applicable off-sale closing
time at exclusive liquor stores. The malt liquor shall be packed in 64-ounce containers
commonly known as "growlers" or in 750 milliliter bottles. The containers or bottles shall
bear a twist-type closure, cork, stopper, or plug. At the time of the sale, a paper or plastic
adhesive band, strip, or sleeve shall be applied to the container or bottle and extended over
the top of the twist-type closure, cork, stopper, or plug forming a seal that must be broken
upon opening of the container or bottle. The adhesive band, strip, or sleeve shall bear the
name and address of the brewer. The containers or bottles shall be identified as malt
liquor, contain the name of the malt liquor, bear the name and address of the brewer selling
the malt liquor, and shall be considered intoxicating liquor unless the alcoholic content is
labeled as otherwise in accordance with the provisions of Minnesota Rules, part 7515.1100.

(b) A brewer may only have one license under this subdivision.

(c) A municipality may not issue a license under this subdivision to a brewer if the
brewer seeking the license, or any person having an economic interest in the brewer
seeking the license or exercising control over the brewer seeking the license, is a brewer
that brews more than 20,000 barrels of its own brands of malt liquor annually or a winery
that produces more than 250,000 gallons of wine annually.

(d) The municipality shall impose a licensing fee on a brewer holding a license
under this subdivision, subject to limitations applicable to license fees under section
340A.408, subdivision 3, paragraph (a).

Sec. 4.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.301, subdivision 7, is amended to read:


Subd. 7.

Interest in other business.

(a) Except as provided in this subdivision,
a holder of a license as a manufacturer, brewer, importer, or wholesaler may not have
any ownership, in whole or in part, in a business holding a retail intoxicating liquor or
3.2 percent malt liquor license. The commissioner may not issue a license under this
section to a manufacturer, brewer, importer, or wholesaler if a retailer of intoxicating
liquor has a direct or indirect interest in the manufacturer, brewer, importer, or wholesaler.
A manufacturer or wholesaler of intoxicating liquor may use or have property rented
for retail intoxicating liquor sales only if the manufacturer or wholesaler has owned the
property continuously since November 1, 1933. A retailer of intoxicating liquor may not
use or have property rented for the manufacture or wholesaling of intoxicating liquor.

(b) A brewer licensed under subdivision 6, clause (d), may be issued an on-sale
intoxicating liquor or 3.2 percent malt liquor license by a municipality for a restaurant
operated in the place of manufacture. Notwithstanding section 340A.405, a brewer
who holds an on-sale license issued pursuant to this paragraph or a brewer who
manufactures fewer than 3,500 barrels of malt liquor in a year
may, with the approval
of the commissioner, be issued a license by a municipality for off-sale of malt liquor
produced and packaged on the licensed premises. Off-sale of malt liquor shall be limited
to the legal hours for off-sale at exclusive liquor stores in the jurisdiction in which the
brewer is located, and the malt liquor sold off-sale must be removed from the premises
before the applicable off-sale closing time at exclusive liquor stores. The malt liquor shall
be packaged in 64-ounce containers commonly known as "growlers" or in 750 milliliter
bottles. The containers or bottles shall bear a twist-type closure, cork, stopper, or plug. At
the time of the sale, a paper or plastic adhesive band, strip, or sleeve shall be applied to the
container or bottle and extend over the top of the twist-type closure, cork, stopper, or plug
forming a seal that must be broken upon opening of the container or bottle. The adhesive
band, strip, or sleeve shall bear the name and address of the brewer. The containers or
bottles shall be identified as malt liquor, contain the name of the malt liquor, bear the name
and address of the brewer selling the malt liquor, and shall be considered intoxicating
liquor unless the alcoholic content is labeled as otherwise in accordance with the provisions
of Minnesota Rules, part 7515.1100. A brewer's total retail sales at on- or off-sale under
this paragraph may not exceed 3,500 barrels per year, provided that off-sales may not total
more than 500 barrels. A brewer licensed under subdivision 6, clause (d), may hold or have
an interest in other retail on-sale licenses, but may not have an ownership interest in whole
or in part, or be an officer, director, agent, or employee of, any other manufacturer, brewer,
importer, or wholesaler, or be an affiliate thereof whether the affiliation is corporate or by
management, direction, or control. Notwithstanding this prohibition, a brewer licensed
under subdivision 6, clause (d), may be an affiliate or subsidiary company of a brewer
licensed in Minnesota or elsewhere if that brewer's only manufacture of malt liquor is:

(i) manufacture licensed under subdivision 6, clause (d);

(ii) manufacture in another state for consumption exclusively in a restaurant located
in the place of manufacture; or

(iii) manufacture in another state for consumption primarily in a restaurant located
in or immediately adjacent to the place of manufacture if the brewer was licensed under
subdivision 6, clause (d), on January 1, 1995.

(c) Except as provided in subdivision 7a, no brewer as defined in subdivision 7a or
importer may have any interest, in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, in the license,
business, assets, or corporate stock of a licensed malt liquor wholesaler.

Sec. 5.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.301, subdivision 7a, is amended to read:


Subd. 7a.

Permitted interests in wholesale business.

(a) A brewer may financially
assist a wholesaler of malt liquor through participation in a limited partnership in which
the brewer is the limited partner and the wholesaler is the general partner. A limited
partnership authorized in this paragraph may not exist for more than ten years from the
date of its creation, and may not, directly or indirectly, be recreated, renewed, or extended
beyond that date.

(b) A brewer may financially assist a malt liquor wholesaler and collateralize the
financing by taking a security interest in the inventory and assets, other than the corporate
stock, of the wholesaler. A financial agreement authorized by this paragraph may not be
in effect for more than ten years from the date of its creation and may not be directly or
indirectly extended or renewed.

(c) A brewer who, after creation of a financial agreement authorized by paragraph
(b), or after creation of a limited partnership authorized in paragraph (a), acquires legal
or equitable title to the wholesaler's business which was the subject of the agreement or
limited partnership, or to the business assets, must divest the business or its assets within
two years of the date of acquiring them. A malt liquor wholesaler whose business or
assets are acquired by a brewer as described in this paragraph may not enter into another
such financial agreement, or participate in another such limited partnership, for 20 years
from the date of the acquisition of the business or assets.

(d) A brewer may have an interest in the business, assets, or corporate stock of a
malt liquor wholesaler as a result of (1) a judgment against the wholesaler arising out of a
default by the wholesaler or (2) acquisition of title to the business, assets, or corporate
stock as a result of a written request of the wholesaler. A brewer may maintain ownership
of or an interest in the business, assets, or corporate stock under this paragraph for not
more than two years and only for the purpose of facilitating an orderly transfer of the
business to an owner not affiliated with the brewer.

(e) A brewer may continue to maintain an ownership interest in a malt liquor
wholesaler if it owned the interest on January 1, 1991.

(f) A brewer that was legally selling the brewer's own products at wholesale in
Minnesota on January 1, 1991, may continue to sell those products at wholesale in the
area where it was selling those products on that date.

(g) A brewer that manufactures malt liquor in Minnesota may, if the brewer does
not manufacture in Minnesota in any year
manufactures no more than 25,000 20,000
barrels of malt liquor or its metric equivalent, in a calendar year may own or have an
interest in a malt liquor wholesaler that sells only the brewer's products, provided that a
brewer that manufactures between 20,000 and 25,000 barrels in any calendar year shall be
permitted to continue to own or have an interest in a malt liquor wholesaler that sells only
the brewer's products if: (1) that malt liquor wholesaler distributes no more than 20,000
barrels per calendar year; and (2) the brewer has not manufactured 25,000 barrels in any
calendar year. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a brewer that manufactured between 20,000
and 25,000 barrels in 2012 shall be permitted to continue to own or have an interest in a
malt liquor wholesaler that sells only the brewer's products until that brewer manufactures
25,000 barrels in a calendar year
.

(h) When the commissioner issues a license to a malt liquor wholesaler described in
paragraph (a) or (b), the commissioner may issue the license only to the entity which is
actually operating the wholesale business and may not issue the license to a brewer that is
a limited partner under paragraph (a) or providing financial assistance under paragraph (b)
unless the brewer has acquired a wholesaler's business or assets under paragraph (c) or (d).

(i) For purposes of this subdivision and subdivision 7, clause (c), "brewer" means:

(1) a holder of a license to manufacture malt liquor;

(2) an officer, director, agent, or employee of such a license holder; and

(3) an affiliate of such a license holder, regardless of whether the affiliation is
corporate or by management, direction, or control.

Sec. 6.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.4042, is amended to read:


340A.4042 WINE OR MALT LIQUOR EDUCATOR; ON-SALE LICENSE.

Subdivision 1.

Wine educator license.

The commissioner may issue an on-sale
license to a person meeting the requirements specified in sections 340A.402 and 340A.409,
at an annual cost of $250 per license to a wine educator and $50 per permit for each
employee of the wine educator that will be pouring wine, under the following conditions:

(1) the license may be used to purchase wine at retail and serve wine for educational
purposes in any part of the state, unless a political subdivision adopts an ordinance
prohibiting wine education;

(2) all events conducted pursuant to this license must be conducted through advance
registration, and no walk-in access to the general public is permitted;

(3) licensees must possess certification that is satisfactory to the commissioner,
including, but not limited to, a certified specialist of wine or certified wine educator status
as conferred by the Society of Wine Educators, a Wine and Spirits Education Trust
Diploma, status as a certified sommelier, or the completion of a wine industry program at
a technical college or culinary school. A wine educator must also complete Training for
Intervention Procedures (TIPS) or other certified alcohol training programs and have a
valid certificate on file with the commissioner;

(4) a license holder shall not sell alcohol for off-premises consumption and no
orders may be taken for future sales;

(5) classes shall not be conducted at retail businesses that do not have a liquor
license during business hours; and

(6) prior to providing a class authorized under this section, the licensee shall notify
the police chief of the city where the class will take place, if the event will take place
within the corporate limits of a city. If the city has no police department, the licensee shall
notify the city's clerk. If the class will take place outside the corporate limits of any city,
the licensee shall notify the sheriff of the county where the class will take place.

Subd. 2.

Malt liquor educator license.

The commissioner may issue an on-sale
license to a person meeting the requirements specified in sections 340A.402 and
340A.409, at an annual cost of $250 per license to a malt liquor educator and $50 per
permit for each employee of the malt liquor educator that will be pouring malt liquor,
under the following conditions:

(1) the license may be used to purchase malt liquor at retail and serve malt liquor
for educational purposes in any part of the state, unless a political subdivision adopts an
ordinance prohibiting malt liquor education;

(2) all events conducted pursuant to this license must be conducted through advance
registration, and no walk-in access to the general public is permitted;

(3) licensees must possess certification that is satisfactory to the commissioner,
including, but not limited to, certification as a cicerone, completion of coursework from
the Master Brewer's Association of America, or other brewer or brewing certification
program acceptable to the commissioner. A malt liquor educator must also complete
Training for Intervention Procedures (TIPS) or other certified alcohol training programs
and have a valid certificate on file with the commissioner;

(4) a license holder shall not sell alcohol for off-premises consumption and no
orders may be taken for future sales;

(5) classes shall not be conducted at retail businesses that do not have a liquor
license during business hours; and

(6) prior to providing a class authorized under this section, the licensee shall notify
the police chief of the city where the class will take place, if the event will take place
within the corporate limits of a city. If the city has no police department, the licensee shall
notify the city's clerk. If the class will take place outside the corporate limits of any city,
the licensee shall notify the sheriff of the county where the class will take place.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective on July 1, 2013.

Sec. 7.

Minnesota Statutes 2012, section 340A.418, is amended to read:


340A.418 WINE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE TASTINGS.

Subdivision 1.

Definition.

For purposes of this section, a an "wine alcoholic
beverage
tasting" is or "tasting" means an event at which persons pay a fee or donation to
participate, and are allowed to consume wine, malt liquor, or both, by the glass without
paying a separate charge for each glass.

Subd. 2.

Tastings authorized.

(a) A charitable, religious, or other nonprofit
organization may conduct a wine tasting of not more than four hours duration on premises
the organization owns or leases or has use donated to it, or on the licensed premises of a
holder of an on-sale intoxicating liquor license that is not a temporary license, if the
organization holds a temporary on-sale intoxicating liquor license under section 340A.404,
subdivision 10
, and complies with this section. An organization holding a temporary
license may be assisted in conducting the wine tasting by another nonprofit organization.

(b) An organization that conducts a wine tasting under this section may use the net
proceeds from the wine tasting only for:

(1) the organization's primary nonprofit purpose; or

(2) donation to another nonprofit organization assisting in the wine tasting, if the
other nonprofit organization uses the donation only for that organization's primary
nonprofit purpose.

(c) No wine or malt liquor at a wine tasting under this section may be sold, or orders
taken, for off-premises consumption.

(d) Notwithstanding any other law, an organization may purchase or otherwise
obtain wine or malt liquor for a wine tasting conducted under this section from a
wholesaler licensed to sell wine or malt liquor, and the wholesaler may sell or give wine
or malt liquor to an organization for a wine tasting conducted under this section and may
provide personnel to assist in the wine tasting. A wholesaler who sells or gives wine or
malt liquor
to an organization for a wine tasting under this section must deliver the wine
or malt liquor directly to the location where the wine tasting is conducted.

(e) This section does not prohibit or restrict a wine tasting that is:

(1) located on on-sale premises where no charitable organization is participating; or

(2) located on on-sale premises where the proceeds are for a designated charity but
where the tasting is primarily for educational purposes.

(f) The four-hour limitation specified in paragraph (a) shall not apply to a wine
tasting at a convention of fine wine, malt liquor, and gourmet food exhibitors, provided the
convention has at least 100 exhibitors and takes place over not more than three days.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective on July 1, 2013.

Sec. 8.

Laws 1999, chapter 202, section 13, is amended to read:


Sec. 13. CITY OF ST. PAUL; LICENSES AUTHORIZED.

(a) The city of St. Paul may issue temporary intoxicating liquor licenses under
Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 10, to Macalester college for the
Macalester Scottish fair, Springfest, and for the annual alumni reunion weekend without
regard to the limitation in Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.410, subdivision 10,
paragraph (b).

(b) Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.412, subdivision 4, the city
of St. Paul may issue a temporary on-sale intoxicating liquor license to Twin Cities
Marathon, Inc
Twin Cities in Motion, or its successor organization, if any. The license
may authorize only the sale of intoxicating malt liquor and 3.2 percent malt liquor on the
grounds of the state capitol on the day of the Twin Cities Marathon. The intoxicating
malt liquor and 3.2 percent malt liquor must be produced by a Minnesota brewery. All
provisions of Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 10, not inconsistent with
this section, apply to the license authorized by this section.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective the day following final enactment.

Sec. 9.

Laws 2012, chapter 235, section 8, the effective date, is amended to read:


EFFECTIVE DATE; SUNSET.

This section is effective upon approval by the
Winnebago City Council and compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021, and
expires on December 31, 2012 2013.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective upon approval by the Winnebago
City Council and compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021.

Sec. 10. LOWERTOWN REGIONAL BALLPARK; ON-SALE LICENSE.

Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 1, or any other
law to the contrary, the city of Saint Paul may issue an on-sale intoxicating liquor license
to the St. Paul Saints Baseball Club, Inc., or such other entity affiliated with it that
may operate food and beverage concessions at the ballpark, in addition to the number
authorized by law. The license may authorize sales both to persons attending any and
all events, and sales in a restaurant, bar, or banquet facility at the ballpark. The license
authorizes sales on all days of the week. Sales at the ballpark must comply with Minnesota
Statutes, section 340A.909. All provisions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 340A, not
inconsistent with this section, apply to the license under this section. The license may be
issued for a space that is not compact and contiguous, provided that the licensed premises
may include only the space within the ballpark or on ballpark premises or grounds, as
described in the approved license application.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective upon approval by the Saint Paul City
Council and compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021.

Sec. 11. SAKE BREWPUB; CLARIFICATION.

(a) Notwithstanding any law, ordinance, or charter provision to the contrary, a
licensed brewery producing sake under authority of Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.301,
subdivision 6, paragraph (d), as of the effective date of this act, may be issued a license
by the city of Minneapolis for off-sale of sake produced and packaged on the licensed
premises. The sake shall be packaged in a substantially similar manner to that required for
off-sales under Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.301, subdivision 7, paragraph (b).

(b) This section is effective upon approval by the Minneapolis City Council and
compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021.

Sec. 12. VALLEY FAIR; ON-SALE LICENSE.

Notwithstanding Minnesota Statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 1, or any other
law to the contrary, the city of Shakopee may issue an on-sale intoxicating liquor license
to Cedar Fair Entertainment Co., dba Valley Fair, in addition to the number authorized by
law. The license may authorize sales both to persons attending any and all events, and
sales in a restaurant, bar, or banquet facility at Valley Fair. The license authorizes sales on
all days of the week. All provisions of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 340A, not inconsistent
with this section, apply to the license under this section. The license may be issued for a
space that is not compact and contiguous, provided that the licensed premises may include
only the space within the park as described in the approved license application.

EFFECTIVE DATE.

This section is effective upon approval by the Shakopee City
Council and compliance with Minnesota Statutes, section 645.021.

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