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Paradise Creek now delivers beer

Customer must order in city limits, spend at least $25, present ID

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Paradise Creek now delivers beer

“We are viewing this as a supplemental way to get our beers in people’s hands,” Terryl Banta, a bartender at Paradise Creek Brewery, said as she discusses the taproom's beer delivery service.

“We are viewing this as a supplemental way to get our beers in people’s hands,” Terryl Banta, a bartender at Paradise Creek Brewery, said as she discusses the taproom's beer delivery service.

OLIVIA WOLF | DAILY EVERGREEN FILE

“We are viewing this as a supplemental way to get our beers in people’s hands,” Terryl Banta, a bartender at Paradise Creek Brewery, said as she discusses the taproom's beer delivery service.

OLIVIA WOLF | DAILY EVERGREEN FILE

OLIVIA WOLF | DAILY EVERGREEN FILE

“We are viewing this as a supplemental way to get our beers in people’s hands,” Terryl Banta, a bartender at Paradise Creek Brewery, said as she discusses the taproom's beer delivery service.

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter

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Paradise Creek Brewery is offering a beer delivery service straight to customer’s doors.

Terryl Banta, a bartender at Paradise Creek Brewery, said any of the beer that comes in a can or a bottle is eligible for delivery, and orders can be made online.

She said they can deliver kegs but require an extra day to ensure they are filled with fresh beer. They also have merchandise like shirts and hats that can be ordered online as well.

Banta said they have an employee on-call for delivery orders from 4 p.m. to midnight Thursday and noon to midnight Friday and Saturday.

Some of the parameters for delivery are that the order must be at least $25 and the recipient must be within Pullman city limits, she said. The person who places the order must be there to receive it with their ID.

Banta said they wanted to implement this service ever since a Washington state law passed that allows breweries to make deliveries.

Paradise Creek Brewery started doing deliveries three weeks ago, she said, and they only had a few orders.

The orders they had were successful and there have not been any problems so far, she said. They are optimistic that their service will continue to function well as they grow.

“I don’t think there will be any hiccups,” Banta said.

She said this delivery service will help people who do not have a car or find themselves unable to come into the brewery to buy beer. They also view this as an opportunity to deliver beer in an effort to keep people safe.

“If people are drinking and they run out of beer, we don’t want them getting in the car,” Banta said.

She said even though people can order beer online, they still want and encourage people to come in-person and enjoy the taproom.

“We are viewing this as a supplemental way to get our beers in people’s hands,” Banta said.

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CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter

Cody is a sophomore majoring in multimedia journalism from Tacoma, Washington. He hopes to work as a sports journalist after graduation.

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