Self Serve Tap Wall Proposed for Downtown St. Cloud
ST. CLOUD (WJON News) -- A self-serve tap house is in the works for downtown St. Cloud.
During Monday night's meeting, the city council set a public hearing for July 10th to consider a liquor license for Tap Wall, LLC for a business called Whit's Craft at 505 West St. Germain Street.
This will be the first tap wall in St. Cloud. The self-service concept has been introduced in other cities.
In their application, the owners say they want to sell wine, beer, seltzers and ciders, along with non-alcoholic drinks.
Pre-packed pizzas and snacks will also be available.
A self-serve tap wall is governed by a system that establishes a pre-set limit and allows the customer to sample a variety of beers.
That space was previously the home of The Whit Gallery, which opened in April 2021 and closed in December 2022.
That building was gutted and completely renovated a few years ago, check out our story when the renovation began.
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