Gas stations are increasingly being used as beer gardens, with beer gardens becoming an increasingly popular choice for beer drinkers, particularly as they’re the cheapest option available to buy locally.
With gas prices rising in many parts of the country, beer gardens can be a viable option to offset the rising cost of gas.
In Piedmonte, Ohio, a local restaurant is opening a new beer garden in a former coal mine that’s been converted into a gas station.
It’s an environmentally conscious solution, with the gas provided by a local company and the food being sourced from nearby farms.
It doesn’t cost as much to purchase the food and the beer, and it allows the owner to offer a better value than if he were just turning a profit on a gas plant.
“It’s very sustainable, it’s a very simple system,” said Michael Devens, owner of Deven’s Pub, which is also serving a limited beer garden.
“The customers are going to have a good experience, and they can’t be spoiled by the amount of gas that’s going to be going into the system.”
Deven said he’s received a lot of interest from people who want to buy his gas station and take advantage of the new gas price.
“We’re in a great spot,” he said.
“If you have enough money you can go and buy a gas grill at a grocery store and have some beers and have a great time.”
Gas station owners are starting to take notice.
Gas stations have become an increasingly common sight in many towns, including the town of Westport, Connecticut, which has been able to increase sales by offering a limited gas garden for $20 a month.
In addition to the gas, the gas station also serves a food menu that includes homemade hot dogs, sandwiches and pizza.
In an effort to encourage more people to go to gas stations, the Piedmons have expanded the number of gas stations in the area to 12, including a brewery, a brewery that sells wine, a restaurant, and a bar.
The new gas station in Pledmont is also being used by the town’s police force and fire department to give residents a safer alternative to gas.