Hinterland Brewery is gearing up for its' 25th anniversary, but for owner, Bill Tressler and his staff, this isn't how he expected to bring in the milestone.
"We had a lot bigger plans than selling beer curbside but that's the way it goes sometimes. You gotta roll with the punches and make the best out of the situation," he said.
Tressler has been in management for decades, but even he hasn't experienced anything like this before.
"The only thing I've ever seen like it, was 2008 when the economy hit the skids, but I don't think it compares to what we're seeing now."
The brewery has had to make a lot of adjustments, but the community support has made it all worth it.
"It was really cool to see the amount ofpeople come out and support us and people email and calling telling us they wanted to support us."