The Minnesota government shut down on July 1 and there was a major casualty -- at least for beer drinkers. Hundreds of bars and liquor stores weren't able to renew their licenses on time so they can't buy beer, wine and liquor to sell to customers. "I can handle a few more weeks but after that I either gotta open up illegally, which I don't want to do, or I just gotta shut her down," liquor store owner Dennis Pursley told the Wall Street Journal. The latest news is that MillerCoors may have pull all its brands out of the state. The quirky story is getting major media attention from around the country. To read some of the coverage, click on: Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Chicago Tribune and Pioneer Press.