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City of Glencoe- Ordinance #603

City of Glencoe
ORDINANCE NO. 603
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE LIQOUR LICENSE CODE TO INCLUDE TAPROOM LICENSES AND SMALL BREWER OFF-SALE LICENSE
The City Council of Glencoe,
Minnesota ordains:
Section 1. Chapter 615.01 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
Definitions.
(a)“Intoxicating Liquor” or “Liquor” means ethyl alcohol, distilled, fermented, spirituous, vinous and intoxicating malt beverages containing in excess of 3.2% alcohol by weight.
(e)“Restaurant” means any establishment, other than a hotel, under the control of a single proprietor or manager, where meals are regularly prepared on the premises and served at tables to the general public, and having a seating capacity for twenty-five (25) or more guests.
(g)“Brewer Off-Sale (Growlers)” A brewer who brews less than the amount of barrels indicated in M.S. 340A.301, subd. 6(d) and (c), as it may be amended from time to time, of malt liquor in a year may sell malt liquor brewed by the brewer for consumption off-premise.
(h)“Brewers” Person who manufacture malt liquor for sale.
(i)“Taprooms” Allows for sale of the brewer’s own beer for consumption at the brewery location.
(j) “Brew Pubs” is a Brewer that is a restaurant with a full on-sale intoxicating liquor license that brews their own beer for consumption on their licensed premise-only.
(k) “Brew Pubs Off-Sale” Brew Pubs (as defined in this section) may sell product (growlers) brewed on-premises to be consumed off-premise in 64 oz. bottles or 750 ml. bottles.
Section 2. Chapter 615.02 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
No person, except wholesalers or manufacturers to the extent authorized under State License, shall directly or indirectly deal in, sell or keep for sale any intoxicating liquor without first having received a license to do so under this chapter. Licenses shall be of seven kinds: “On Sale”, “On Sale Club”, “Special License for Sunday Liquor Sales”, “Taproom License”, “Small Brewer Off-Sale”, “Brew Pub On-Sale License”, and “Brew Pub Off-Sale License.”
f.“Taproom License” A brewer licensed under M.S. 340A.301, Subd. 6(c), (i), or (j), as it may be amended from time to time, may be issued an on-sale liquor license for the “on-sale” of malt liquor produced on the licensed premises, subject to the following conditions:
The on-sale of malt liquor may only be made during the days and hours that “on-sale” of liquor may be made.
A brewer may only hold one brewer taproom license under this chapter.
The only beverage alcohol that may be sold or consumed on the premises of a brewery taproom will be the malt liquor produced by the brewer upon the brewery premises.
The annual license fee shall be set in accordance with M.S. 340A.408 and shall be the same as imposed under Section 616 of this Chapter for On-Sale Nonintoxicating Malt Liquor, as it may be amended from time to time.
Liquor liability insurance is in effect in the coverage amounts indicated in section 615.10 of this chapter.
Licensed brewer taprooms may operate a restaurant on the premises without additional licensure.
License holder under this section are exempt from the restaurant requirements as defined in any part of ordinance 615.
g.“Small Brewer Off-Sale License” A brewer licensed under M.S. 340A.301, subd. 6(d), (i), or (j), as it may be amended from time to time, may be licensed for the “off-sale” of malt liquor produced and packaged on the licensed premises, subject to the following conditions:
Off-sale of intoxicating malt liquor may only be made during the hours that “off-sale” of liquor may be made;
The intoxicating malt liquor shall be packaged in sixty four ounce containers commonly known as “growlers” or in 750 milliliter bottles;
The intoxicating malt liquor sold at “off-sale” must be removed from the licensed premises before the applicable closing time at exclusive liquor stores;
The “growler” must be sealed in such a manner that the seal must be broken in order to open the container and the seal must bear the name and address of the brewer. The containers or bottles shall be exempt from ordinance 615.09(b) and shall be identified as malt liquor, contain the name of the intoxicating malt liquor and bear the name and address of the brewer selling the malt liquor.
The annual license fee shall be set in accordance with M.S. 340A. 408 and shall be the same fees as imposed under Section 616 of this chapter for Off Sale of Nonintoxicating Malt Liquor, as it may be amended from time to time.
Liquor liability insurance is in effect in the coverage amounts indicated in Section 615.10 of this chapter.
The establishment must pass inspection by the Minnesota Alcohol and Gambling Division.
h.“Brew Pub On-Sale License”
a Brew Pub license must be a restaurant as defined in 112.135 of this chapter with a full on-sale intoxicating liquor license.
an applicant for the brew pub on sale license must meet all of the requirements and fees imposed by the city of the issuance of an on-sale intoxicating liquor license.
A brew pub on-sale license holder may brew their own malt liquor for consumption on their licensed premise only.
A brew pub on-sale license holder must be in conformity with M.S. 340A. 301 subd. 7(b) as it may be amended from time to time.
The license holder must pass inspection by the Minnesota Alcohol and Gambling Division.
“Brew Pub Off-Sale License”
An applicant for the brew pub off sale license must meet all of the requirements imposed by the city for the issuance of an on-sale intoxicating liquor license.
The malt liquor to be sold for off-premise consumption shall be packed in 64 oz. bottles commonly known as “growlers” or in 750 ml. bottles in conformity with M.S. 340A.301, subd. 7(b), as it may be amended from time to time.
The annual license fee shall be set in accordance with M.S. 340A.408 and be the same license fee as imposed in Section 616 of this chapter for Off Sale of Nonintoxicating Malt Liquor, as it may be amended from time to time.
Hours and days of malt liquor sales under this license by the brewer cannot exceed those days and hours of sale of the exclusive municipal liquor store.
The establishment must pass inspection by the Minnesota Alcohol and Gambling Division.
Section 3. Chapter 618.04 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
Intoxicating Malt Liquors. A holder of an on sale wine license who is also licensed to sell 3.2 percent malt liquors at on sale may sell intoxicating malt liquors at on sale without any additional license from the City of Glencoe.
Section 4. Chapter 615.10 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
Bonds, Insurance or Deposit Required. At the time of filing an application for either “On Sale,” “On Sale Club,” “Taproom License” or “Small Brewer Off-Sale License” liquor license, but excluding a “Special License for Sunday Liquor Sales”, the applicant shall file a bond with corporate surety, or a liability insurance policy, or in lieu thereof, cash or United States Government Bonds which shall be deposited with the City Clerk. Such bond, cash or government bonds shall be in the amount of $3,000 for an “On Sale” license.
Section 5. Chapter 618.01 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
618.01 Pursuant to the authority of Minnesota Statutes 340A.404, Subd. 5, there is hereby authorized an on sale wine license to permit the sale by the glass or drink wine not exceeding 24% alcohol by volume for consumption on the licenses premises only in conjunction with the sale of food. Such licenses shall be issued only to restaurants which have facilities for the seating of not fewer than 25 guests at one time and a licensed bed and breakfast facility.
Section 6. Chapter 618.01 of the Glencoe City Code is hereby amended as listed below:
The fee for "On Sale" license granted after the commencement of the license year shall be pro rated on a monthly basis. "On Sale Club", "Special License for Sunday Liquor Sales", “Taproom License” or “Small Brewer Off-Sale License” shall not be prorated.
Section 7. Effective date. This ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication.
Passed by the City Council of Glencoe, Minnesota this 16th day of July, 2018.
Randy Wilson
Randy Wilson, Mayor
ATTEST:
Mark D. Larson
City Administrator
(Published in the McLeod Chronicle August 1, 2018)