Food Truck Alley Offering Canned Beer

Thursday, June 17, 2021

Karol Brigham, owner of the Food Truck Alley at 503 Market St., was approved for a special events beer permit that will allow beer to be sold for 30 consecutive days, starting Monday until July 21.

 

Beer sales will all be from one central cart, not the individual trucks.

 

Beer sales have been allowed for the past several weeks and Ms.

Brigham said there have been no problems. She said it is not meant to be a party space, but is geared to families.

 

Last month she said they averaged selling around 20 canned beers each day. Beer is just an option, she said.

 


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