On Friday, the Minneapolis City Council approved the city's first taproom license for Harriet Brewing, in the Longfellow neighborhood.
A taproom- defined as a brewery that also serves pints of its own beer on the premises- was illegal until the Legislature passed the "Surly bill" last spring.
All over Minnesota, people are joining in the brewery craze. MPR says that the number of breweries in the state jumped by about 30 percent last year.
Harriet, set to be the first taproom in the city in over 76 years, will operate on limited hours and have a capacity of 49. According to mnbeer there are even plans to have live music & an outdoor patio.