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Latest News for Barnum, MN

Drink Costs Prompting Liquor License Discussion
MankatoFreePress.com Manktao, MN
October 28, 2014

Tastes have changed for diners who enjoy a good beer or other tasty libations with their meals, so some restaurant owners think it's also time to change liquor license rules.

More customers are spending more on their beers, wines and whiskeys, but they're not drinking more. So current methods of setting liquor licenses based on a food to alcohol sales ratio aren't as accurate as they used to be.

Mankato Public Safety Director Todd Miller said city officials are considering changes in the city's liquor license policy that will use a different method of setting license fees that would address that. Currently restaurants and bars that have food sales of 60 percent or more pay $3,750 per year for a liquor license; establishments with 40 to 59 percent in food sales pay $5,000;...  Read More