Historic Minnesota bar may be shut down for violations

The Minnesota Department of Health accuses the Barrel House in Red Wing of operating without a valid food and beverage license. The Rochester Post Bulletin also reports the owner illegally purchased liquor from another retailer.
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The Minnesota Department of Health accuses the Barrel House in Red Wing of operating without a valid food and beverage license. The Rochester Post Bulletin also reports the owner illegally purchased liquor from another retailer.

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