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April 16, 2018
Prairie Berry East Bank is moving.
The decision was made, in part, because of updates made to South Dakota alcohol laws during the 2018 legislative session, the business said in a statement. As of July 1, alcohol manufacturers, such as Prairie Berry Winery and Miner Brewing Co., can no longer hold an off-site retail liquor license unless that location also manufactures on site.
Prairie Berry East Bank is located at 322 E. Eighth St.
“In order to come into full compliance with the law, we need a space better fit for production,” said Angela Avila, director of sales and marketing.
“We loved being a part of the downtown Sioux Falls community and working with the other breweries on Brewers Row. We know DTSF has great things happening, and we will continue to support the wonderful work that is being done in the heart of our city.”
The new location will be announced once it’s finalized and open later this year. It will feature both Prairie Berry Winery wine and Miner Brewing Co. beer as well as limited production space. It will remain home to events such as Beer & Bingo, Miner 1K and Pints and Paws.
“We want to thank our amazing staff for pouring their hearts and souls into Prairie Berry East Bank. We pride ourselves on the great customer service and hard work they embodied,” Avila said.
“We look forward to serving our many wine and beer club members and amazing and supportive guests, many of whom we now consider friends, in our new space.”
Prairie Berry will close April 28 with a final Beer & Bingo event at that location.
Prairie Berry East Bank will be moving.