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Oak & Stone Opens Fast Casual Concept Featuring iPourIt Technology

September 30, 2019 Industry News
Industry News

iPourIt increases its lead in the market with the installation of a 30-tap self-pour beer wall using its technology to offer a unique tasting experience at Oak & Stone’s fourth location and first-ever fast-casual concept.

“Oak & Stone has proven profitable success with iPourIt technology and the self-serve concept,” Vice President of iPourIt Darren Nicholson says. “Opening Oak & Stone Fastfire, their fourth location, as a fast-casual pizzeria is a testament to iPourIt’s in-depth data reporting and innovative technology, as well as Oak & Stone’s vast amount of business savvy and knowledge. We are excited to continue and grow this partnership.”

“We’re very excited about the launch of Oak & Stone Fastfire and our continued partnership with iPourIt,” Brett Decklever, the co-founder of Oak & Stone says. “This new concept brings many of Oak & Stone’s favorite menu items as well as its signature beer tap wall to guests, all in a location that convenient and easily accessible. Whether guests dine-in or carry out, they’ll enjoy the unmistakable Oak & Stone experience.”

Building on the popularity of the brand since first opening in Sarasota in 2016, the new Oak & Stone Fastfire location in Bradenton will offer guests the opportunity to craft their own experience each time they visit with a self-serve beer tap wall and customizable oven-fired pizza using the freshest ingredients. The Bradenton location plans to open in Fall 2019.  

The pour-your-own concept allows customers to make their own buying and pricing decisions, pour their own beverage, avoid long bar lines, and try a specialized offering of their choosing without having to purchase an entire pint. Oak & Stone beer wall attendants help manage the process and are available for patrons throughout their beer wall experience.

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