TrAils To Ales II

Cameron Crowe (back) and Ed Lingler pour themselves beers at TrAils To Ales II’s grand opening on Friday. “I think it’s awesome, it’s a great idea,” Crowe said.

The management team at TrAils To Ales hopes to bring technological drink pours and more people to downtown Franklin with its second location.

Dubbed TrAils To Ales II, the business opened Friday at 422 12th St. and features 21 taps that are self-poured by patrons.

DILLON PROVENZA, reporter for The Derrick and The News-Herald, can be reached at dillonprovenza.thederrick@gmail.com or (814) 677-8374.

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