Craft cart, a $25 craft-beer delivery service that operates out of Seattle, is starting to take off.
The Seattle-based company says it’s already delivering beer from its brewery to more than 200 craft stores, including local bars and restaurants.
The Seattle-area company has been able to sell beer to local stores with a craft cart since late January.
In addition to the craft beer, the craft cart can also ship food, furniture, electronics, and more, the company says on its website.
It’s not the first time craft cart has popped up in the Seattle area.
A craft cart popped up at a local grocery store last summer, according to local media.
That craft cart is now being operated by a family business in Bellevue, according an update from the Bellevue Police Department.
Seattle is home to the largest concentration of craft breweries in the United States.
The region has a craft beer industry worth more than $2 billion.