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Despite brief scare, WE Fest will be able to sell beer

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Tax troubles raised the possibility this week that WE Fest organizers would be barred from selling alcohol at this summer’s festival.


But fear not, country music fans: There will be beer.

Horseshoe Inc., the company that handles liquor sales for the annual music festival in Detroit Lakes cropped up Monday on the Minnesota Department of Revenue’s list of businesses behind on paying their beer, wine and liquor taxes.

By Tuesday morning, the company was cleared.

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