St. Petersburg's 3 Daughters Brewing has its own food truck called 3D Eats

Apparently.

click to enlarge 3D Eats switched up its crowd-pleasing menu, which incorporates house brews and cider. - Courtesy of 3 Daughters Brewing
Courtesy of 3 Daughters Brewing
3D Eats switched up its crowd-pleasing menu, which incorporates house brews and cider.

Apparently, 3 Daughters Brewing has opened a food truck and started providing on-premises nosh to customers. The St. Petersburg brewery rolled out the mobile kitchen, 3D Eats, a few months back, and it’s served as a permanent food option ever since.

3 Daughters is the newest brewery to see the value in reliable, consistent grub. Coppertail Brewing Co., Brew Bus Brewing and Big Storm Brewing Co. feature their own kitchens, too. 

Last week, 3D Eats switched up its crowd-pleasing menu, which incorporates house brews and cider, for 3 Daughters’ five-year anniversary. The new lineup showcases bar snacks like fancy deviled eggs, tuna poke and beer cheese nachos, in addition to handhelds like smoked pulled pork, pressed mozzacado and beer-braised bratwurst.

Bowls even get a section all to themselves.

What’s more, a few of the aforementioned dishes are also vegetarian and gluten-free.

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