Kasson brewer wishes Minnesota legislature would allow six-pack sales

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(ABC 6 News) – Independent craft breweries around Minnesota rallied against legislation earlier this week.

Minnesota breweries are only allowed to sell their beer to-go in 32 oz and 64 oz containers, or crowlers and growlers.

Independent craft brewers in Minnesota are not allowed to sell their beer in 12 and 16 oz cans.

A local brewer in Kasson, co-owner of Chaotic Good Brewing, thinks that it makes business harder not to be able to sell six-packs of his beer.

"So that’s somewhat limiting. Not everybody wants a half gallon. I can’t even sell the same amount of beer, you know a 4 pack of 16-ounce cans, the same amount of beer, but I can’t sell that. At least not directly to a consumer," Scott Stroh said.

Stroh has run Chaotic Good out of his backyard shed in Kasson for a few years now but business will soon be moving to an old car wash space in Kasson.

Minnesota is the only state in the country with these restrictions.