Tuscaloosa's newest option for coffee and other drinks will officially open on Monday, but visitors can drive through this weekend to try them out for free.

As the Thread previously reported, the new-to-market 7 Brew coffee "stand" is drive-through only and was installed more than built at 406 15th Street East on vacant land west of Jimmy Johns and across the highway from Foosacklys.

The small space was packed with staff Saturday, all training to run the 7 Brew after it officially opens on Monday morning at 5:30 a.m.

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Until then, however, the coffee stand is handing out small-cup samples of their drinks this weekend completely free of charge so employees can get practice making them and customers can try out what 7 Brew has to offer.

(Stephen Dethrage | Tuscaloosa Thread)
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The brand strives to serve "premium coffee in record time" and say between their base drinks and a variety of syrups and other flavor options, there are more than 20,000 unique drinks to try at the coffee stand.

In addition to hot, ice and frozen coffee, 7 Brew offers their own carbonated energy drinks with and without sugar, flavored sparkling waters, teas and lemonade, smoothies and shakes.

(Stephen Dethrage | Tuscaloosa Thread)
(Stephen Dethrage | Tuscaloosa Thread)
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Check out the soft open for free small drinks this weekend, or check out 7 Brew after they officially open and offer their full menu on Monday morning.

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