Old Port Wine and Spirits is partnering with the app-based ordering service Drizzly to launch an alcohol deliver service in Portland South Portland.
Today’s Press Herald includes an article about the partnership.
Drizly requires a minimum purchase of $30 and adds a $5 delivery charge. It does not mark up the prices of the alcoholic beverages themselves. Its selection currently consists of all the beverages that Old Port Spirits has in its inventory – nearly 1,300 varieties of beer, wine and liquor as of Thursday afternoon.
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What could possibly go wrong?
Bob, the service does seem to have some checks in place. The article explains that “Upon delivery, the driver checks the customer’s photo ID and scans it with a separate driver app that Drizly developed. The name on the ID must match the name on the credit or debit card used to make the purchase, and the face must match the customer’s face.”
That’s what happens when I just comment before reading the article…:)