White Castle -- the Columbus-based fast-food chain known for greasy little hamburgers -- is experimenting with beer and wine sales at its Lafeyette, Ind., store, the Columbus Dispatch reported. The sales there will determine whether the chain expands beer and wine to other stores, the company told the newspaper. White Castle isn't the first fast-food chain to sell alcohol. Burger King and Sonic have both done it. "It's been a very challenging time in the restaurant industry in recent years, and folks are trying all kinds of ways of driving traffic into their restaurants and increasing sales," industry analyst Bonnie Riggs told the newspaper. To read the full story -- which doesn't identify the brands being sold, other than mentioning "domestic beers" go for $3 -- click here.