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            Deliveries keeping some brewers in business

            The delivery truck for C.H. Evans Brewing at the Albany Pump Station. (Provided photo.)

            Excerpt from a story by our frequent food contributor Deanna Fox:

            When the going gets tough, the tough put their beer in cans, throw it in their car and hit the road. At least, if you are a brewer in the Capital Region, that’s how you’ve handled your business during the COVID-19 pandemic. With restaurants and bars closed to in-house dining and imbibing, brewers have had to mobilize to offer delivery to regional 体彩app官方网站s and shipping throughout New York state in order to keep their breweries operational.

            New York’s State Liquor Authority (SLA) relaxed its strict delivery regulations at the start of the pandemic to allow brewers to deliver their beer to individuals for 体彩app官方网站 consumption. Besides buying from grocery stores and beverage centers and having their growlers filled at local taprooms, beer lovers can now have their favorite local suds delivered to their house in cans and crowlers (32-ounce cans) direct from the brewery.

            Full story here.

            Steve Barnes