Sherman brewery prepares take-out service after dine-in ban

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SHERMAN, Tex. (KXII) Thursday Governor Greg Abbott ordered that all dine-in eating, gyms and bars must close temporarily on midnight Friday. Abbott is allowing restaurants with mixed beverage permits to deliver alcohol with food orders. However, 903 Brewers in Sherman still cannot deliver their beer made on property.

Owner, Jeremy Roberts sent a letter to Abbott this week to no avail. Roberts still reaches out to Abbott to include breweries in alcohol delivery.
But until they're forced to temporarily close Friday at 11:59 p.m., Roberts say it's business as usual until new plans are set into place.

"So just by being able to pick up food and beer in our taproom is huge. If we could deliver beer, Governor Abbott, all that he's got to do is say hey let's make this available for the next two weeks, it would greatly help our brewery. We want to make sure our employees still have jobs, they're still able to get paid," said Roberts.

For the next couple weeks, you can place your food and beer orders at and pick it up in the brewery's driveway. Roberts says orders have already been coming in since he made the announcement on social media Thursday.