Depending on your location and job, you may find yourself inside more than usual these days. So it's understandable if you need a crisp brew, smooth wine or tasty cocktail to help you unwind.
Sure, alcohol isn't an essential grocery, especially by the strict definitions of stay-at-home orders that are sweeping the country. But by looser, more freewheeling what-am-I-gonna-do-all-day standards? Well, a restock may be in order.
It goes without saying that customers must be 21 or older to order. And be sure to double check the laws in your area about alcohol delivery, as well as the details on following sites.
Here are nine places to order beer, wine and liquor for delivery during the coronavirus pandemic.
Drizly is a great resource if you need to restock on drinks fast. The company works with local stores to serve your beer, wine and liquor needs. Enter your address to see if they delivery in your area. The company has also introduced a new delivery process to help maintain the safety of customers and drivers during coronavirus — shoppers can now designate an outside location, hold up their IDs for no-contact scanning and forego the customer signature part.
Wine time? What better destination than a place that owns the domain. The site dubs itself the "world's largest wine store." Find out for yourself by searching their selection on time. Save some money too — new customers can use the code NEW2020 to get $20 off orders of $100 or more.