Minnesota Is Now The Last State To Sell 3.2 Alcohol Beer

Starting today, Minnesota will have the distinction of being the last state in the nation to sell 3.2% alcohol beer. Yesterday, Utah, the only other state to offer the much maligned weak brew dropped their requirements on the beverage nick-named by some as “beer flavored water”. 3.2 percent beer is the only type of beer you can buy in the Minnesota’s grocery stores and gas stations. Some state lawmakers want to change that by abolishing what they call “antiquated” liquor laws that limit what small-business owners can sell. Legislators reconvene at the State Capitol in St. Paul in February.

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