Minn. Beer Shortage

July 14, 2011 by USA Post 

Minn. Beer ShortageMinn. Beer Shortage, Minnesota will have to head to the Rockies’ Coors Light to come if nothing is done about the government shutdown in your state that may soon lead to dozens of beers that are removed from stores.

MillerCoors, the maker of Miller High Life and 38 other beers, found himself trapped in a typical government bureaucracy when he was told he had paid in excess of the state compulsory registration. Minnesota has brewer’s registration every three years for each product sold in the land of 10,000 lakes. The cost is only 30 and the mark, a drop in the bucket to a brewer, which could be the reason that by accident too much.

By the time the state MillerCoors notified of the error, and that the company had returned to produce the record and the signing of a new check with the appropriate amount, the government of Minnesota, had been closed. State employees could have passed the record at home, possibly drinking beer as they had been fired since the state cannot legally pay.

Minnesota, however, fire officials have alcohol order MillerCoors instructed to devise a plan for their cases of Coors, Blue Moon and other brands off the shelves in supermarkets and liquor stores.

“I suspect a few days to see the product to the shelves,” said Doug Neville, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety, the Minnesota Star-Tribune.
As the summer starts tempertaures high and rising, Beermageddon could not have come at a worse time.

“With 39 brands in play at one of our largest markets in the country during the most important sales period of the year, we take our business to ensure the appropriate licenses from the state to lightly,” MillerCoors spokesman Julian Green Associated Press. “We are currently in talks with the state to bring this matter to resolution.”

If a resolution does not occur, raise a glass of these beers will no longer be enjoyed by residents of Minnesota: Moon Pale Ale Blue Moon Belgian-style pale, Coors Banquet, Coors Light, Coors Light 3.2, Foster Lager Beer, Ale Foster Premium, Grolsch Amber Ale, Grolsch Blonde Lager, Grolsch Light Lager, Grolsch Premium Lager, Hamm, Hamm’s Genuine Draft style, the special light of Hamm, Henry Weinhard Dark, Henry Weinhard Hefeweizen, Henry Weinhard Pale Ale, Henry Weinhard Private Reserve, Icehouse Beer, Keystone Light Beer 3.2, 3.2 Killians Irish Red, MGD Light 64, Ale Ice Mickey, Mickey’s Malt Liquor, Miller Genuine Draft, Miller High Life 12/16 oz can, Ice Miller High Life, Miller High Life Light 12 ounce can, 3.2% Miller Lite, Miller Lite beer, the best of Milwaukee # 1, the best ice-Milwaukee, Milwaukee Best Light # 1 of 3.2, Molson Canadian, Molson Canadian Light, Molson Golden, Molson Ice , Molson 3plx, Olde English 800 malt liquor, the sparks of light.

Is this good news for Miller Budweiser biggest competitor? Maybe, but only temporarily. Budweiser Records due in October and Beer may suffer the same fate if the government of Minnesota remains closed. If that happened Minnesota an 80-90% exhaust their supplies of beer.

Restaurants and bars are allowed to serve their remaining inventory, but the types of retailers need to “buyers card” in order to steal the spirits wholesalers. Unfortunately, the buyer of the buyers is 424 cards to expire August 1. The result could lead to a shortage of alcohol. Talk about a ringing death.

Former Minnesota Gov. and current Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty said recently that the current closure could be a good thing, and wished that occurred in 2005 when he was in charge lasted longer.

“I think it was nine days (off) at the time, and I think we could have gotten a better deal if we had allowed to continue for a while and the people of Minnesota have seen the problems of playing a little more,” said Republican politician in the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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