A coalition of Minnesota business owners is urging state lawmakers to modernize “outdated” 3.2 beer laws. Minnesota is the last remaining 3.2 beer state in the country since Utah ended its 3.2 product laws in 2019. Lance Klatt with the Minnesota Service Station and Convenience Store Association says it’s time to move past a prohibition-era law…

“Minnesota convenience stores, grocery stores, resorts and other small businesses selling 3.2 beer are losing sales and customers as a result of dwindling availability as many manufacturers have ceased production or limited sizes of production runs.”

Business owners say Sunday liquor sales in Minnesota have also been driving down sales of 3.2 beer.