Something else to make Mississipi look bad. Minneapolis is officially getting its first tap room in over 75 years. From the Star Tribune:
On Friday, the council approved the city’s first taproom license for Harriet Brewing, which is in the Longfellow neighborhood. The brewery, which made about 25,000 gallons of beer in 2011, already had the ability to sell growlers from its location at 3036 Minnehaha Av. S.
Harriet will have limited hours when it opens, though it can legally stay open from noon to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday. The taproom’s capacity will be 49 seats.