Reading Terminal Market is a great spot for locals and tourists to get a variety of specialty foods, groceries, and crafts.

It's also home of the best cheeses ever (not including France)

Today, the market introduced  an entire new section to the market, known as the Pennsylvania Pour Collective.

I'm a huge fan of the market already, but this just made thing's pretty exciting.

The space was created by Groundswell Design Group, who designed Philadelphia's Independence Beer Garden and Spruce Street Harbor Park

The market is now allowed to sell liquor bottles under the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's Farmer's Market permit.

The Pennsylvania Pour Collective will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Local distilleries will operate in vintage wooden stalls.

Here are some of featured distilleries:

|Eight Oak Distillery| 

|Federal Distilling|  

|Boardroom Spirits| 

|New Liberty Distillery| 

I have a feeling there will be a lot of people drunk eating at the Reading Terminal Market