I feel the details of the MN Growler law hurt overall growler sales. That is my opinion. It needs to change like it is in Wisconsin where it is up to the brewery/brewpub whether they want to fill growlers without their name on it. Almost every place in Wisconsin just fills up whatever growler you bring in. Tyranena is one of the exceptions but they have let me trade in other growlers for ones with their labels before so it worked out. I've yet to see a MN brewpub willing to do that. Here's my deal. I have 21 growlers in my house. I am not buying anymore glass. I already have no room and to be honest 21 is too many anyhow. My collection includes: 4 Fitgers 3 Town Hall 3 Rock Bottom 3 Tyranena 1 Granite City 1 Leech Lake 1 Twin Ports (superior, wi now named something different) 1 Great Dane 1 Kuhnhuenn 3 McCanns (out of business) With all these new places opening up I would love to support them by purchasing growlers but I am not adding anymore glass to my collection. If I could trade in some of my old glass for their labeled glass I would gladly do that. For example I have no need for McCanns, Kuhnhuenn, Great Dane or Twin Ports anymore although I do take them when I go to Wisconsin because like I said I can get them filled anywhere basically. Does anyone see any hope that this law will change in Minnesota eventually? If not what are the odds of places taking trade-ins? Also I understand the law as it sits is kind of open to interpretation and at least one Minnesota brewpub will fill any growlers that are 64 ounces. Any truth to that?