Next up in our #NeverDrive series: The holidays.
You already know what my advice is. Don’t drive. Don’t do it.
Chances are you’re planning to consume a fair bit of alcohol between now and Jan. 1. Even if you’re not, other people are and they’re not always smart enough to stay off the road. So when you and/or your friends and family need some booze, just order delivery.
It’s 2016, y’all. Here are your options.
Liquor, beer, wine and everything else you need to drink right. Just enter your address to see what’s available around you, place your order and get it delivered to your door. The website even offers recipes in case you need some guidance.
There is a $5 delivery fee.
Drizly‘s delivery area covers all of Denver and a pretty big swath of suburbs.
Convenience store delivery service goPuff recently added alcohol to its offerings in Denver. There’s a flat delivery fee of $1.95, unless you order more than $49 worth of stuff. Then it’s free.
Plus: goPuff boasts a 30-minute delivery time, every time. Here’s the delivery area:
Yes, your local liquor mega-store delivers. The service is available throughout the metro area, but they do not deliver kegs.
There’s no fancy app, but it’s easy enough to online shop the old-fashioned way.
Need some cocktail inspiration? Here are four warm cocktails to keep you nice and cozy.