Published on : Jun 04, 2014
The city beer board in Downtown Jackson has approved two new ways for businesses to sell their beer.
The Jackson Beer Board gave Rock\'N Dough Pizza and Old Medina Market on Tuesday the green light to sell growlers. This was a 64 ounce jug of draft beer that\'s comfortable to transport. Cody Stooksberry, the front of house manager said that things are going to change drastically. These new business rules are also going to change people’s perception on how beer is included in the restaurant and in the industry. On this aspect, Susan Adams, Old Medina’s manager also agrees with Stooksberry.
In fact both added that they both thought of this plan and have been fighting to be able to do it. They think it is a great concept for Jackson. Some Jackson residents are excited about this new concept, however, not all agree with it.
John Garrard said, it is something new and exciting, and he wishes both of them good luck with this plan.
Another resident added that, people who consume alcohol home, they are more likely to drink it when they are driving back home and this causes accidents in drink-and-drive case, injuring or killing people.
Hence, to take utmost precautions, this business plan is an ideal workout. Customers can pick up growlers at Rock\'N Dough Pizza and Old Medina Market anytime on the move. This place hopes to have its system up and running soon in early summer.