3-1-3-1: LICENSE TYPES:
   A.   On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses: On-sale licenses shall be issued only to hotels, restaurants and exclusive liquor stores and shall permit on-sale of liquor or wine. On-sale intoxicating liquor licenses shall be of two (2) classes.
      1.   Class B licenses may be issued only to the following:
         a.   Restaurants where fifty one percent (51%) or more of total revenues are derived from the sale of food and nonalcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises during hours when the sale of alcoholic beverages is allowed.
         b.   Restaurants operated in conjunction with a bowling center, movie theater, or live theater, where twenty five percent (25%) or more of total revenues are derived from the sale of food and nonalcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises during hours when the sale of alcoholic beverages is allowed.
         c.   Hotels as defined in Minnesota statutes 340A.101, subdivision 13.
      2.   Class A licenses may be issued to hotels, restaurants and exclusive liquor stores and are unrestricted as to the percentage of revenues derived from the sale of food and nonalcoholic beverages.
   B.   On-Sale Wine Licenses: On-sale wine licenses shall be issued only to restaurants meeting the qualifications of Minnesota statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 5, and whose total revenues are at least fifty one percent (51%) attributable to the sale of food and shall permit only the sale of wine not exceeding twenty four percent (24%) alcohol by volume, for consumption on the licensed premises only, in conjunction with the sale of food. 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 liquor at on-sale without an additional license.
   C.   Club On-Sale Intoxicating Licenses: Club on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses shall be issued only to clubs or congressionally chartered veterans organizations which meet the qualifications of Minnesota statutes, section 340A.404, subdivision 1.
   D.   Special License For Sunday Sales: A special license authorizing sales on Sunday in conjunction with the serving of food may be issued to any hotel, restaurant or club which has facilities for serving at least thirty (30) guests at one time, and which has an on-sale license.
   E.   Off-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses: Off-sale intoxicating liquor licenses shall permit the sale of alcoholic beverages in original packages for consumption off the premises only.
   F.   On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor Licenses: On-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor licenses may be granted only to clubs, restaurants and hotels where food is prepared and served for consumption on the premises, and golf courses. On-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor licenses shall permit the sale for consumption on the premises only.
   G.   Off-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor Licenses: Off-sale 3.2 percent malt liquor licenses shall permit the sale of 3.2 percent malt liquor at retail in the original package for consumption off the premises only.
   H.   On-Sale Brewer Taproom License: A brewer taproom license may be issued to a brewer for on-sale consumption of the malt liquor manufactured at the adjoining brewery pursuant to the requirements of Minnesota statutes 340A, but only to the extent permitted by this code and the zoning ordinance. Council may authorize a taproom to conduct on-sale business on Sundays with no additional license needed.
   I.   Off-Sale Small Brewer License: An off-sale small brewer license may be issued to a brewer who has a license from the commissioner in accordance with the requirements of Minnesota statutes 340A. Council may authorize a small brewer to conduct sales of growlers only at off-sale on Sundays with no additional license needed.
   J.   Brewpub Off-Sale Intoxicating Liquor License: An off-sale brewpub license may be issued to a restaurant who has a license from the commissioner in accordance with the requirements of Minnesota statutes 340A. Council may authorize a brewpub to conduct sales of growlers only at off-sale on Sundays with no additional license needed.
   K.   Microdistillery Cocktail Room License: A microdistillery cocktail room license may be issued to a holder of a microdistillery license from the commissioner in accordance with the requirements of Minnesota statutes 340A.
   L.   Public Premises Licenses: On-sale intoxicating liquor licenses for events taking place at a sports, convention or cultural facility owned by the city may be granted as authorized by section 3-1-13 of this chapter.
   M.   Temporary On-Sale 3.2 Percent Malt Liquor Licenses: Temporary 3.2 percent malt liquor licenses may be granted to a club or charitable, religious, or nonprofit organization as authorized by section 3-1-12 of this chapter.
   N.   Temporary On-Sale Intoxicating Liquor Licenses: Temporary on- sale intoxicating liquor licenses may be granted as authorized by section 3-1-12 of this chapter.
   O.   Temporary Brewer On-Sale Licenses: Temporary on-sale intoxicating liquor licenses may be granted as authorized by section 3-1-12 of this chapter.
   P.   One Day Consumption And Display Permit: A one day permit for the consumption and display of intoxicating liquor may be granted as authorized by section 3-1-12 of this chapter.
   Q.   Consumption And Display Permits: Consumption and display permits may be approved by council for issuance by the commissioner in accordance with the provisions of Minnesota statutes, section 340A.414, for the consumption or display of intoxicating liquor or the serving of any liquid for the purpose of mixing with intoxicating liquor. (Ord. 2015-06, 7-7-2015)