Breweries turn to new distribution methods amid coronavirus closures

St. Louis breweries are trying new methods to get their products to customers, the St. Louis Business Journal reports.

This comes as bars and restaurants are banned from dine-in service and gatherings of 10 people or more are prohibited, due to the coronavirus.

Rockwell Beer set up a temporary drive-though in the parking lot to get its beer to customers.

2nd Shift Brewing has shifted to online orders and curbside pickups, and it’s looking to increase its web presence.

Wellspent Brewing is working on a beer delivery service while sales are restricted.

Local breweries are getting creative with their tasting rooms now closed, but owners worry whether current plans are sustainable.

“It’s not going to be feasible for very long. We’ll have to come up with something more creative,” 2nd Shift Brewing Co-Owner Libby Crider told the St. Louis Business Journal


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