California is letting you order cocktails and beer for pickup or have it delivered to your home during coronavirus pandemic

California is temporarily relaxing rules for bars, restaurants, and liquor stores to sell alcohol for pickup or delivery.The move is designed to boost sales as shelter-in-place orders have called for businesses to shutter and residents to stay indoors to contain the coronavirus.Businesses can sell pre-packaged alcohol as long as it has a lid or a…

California is letting you order cocktails and beer for pickup or have it delivered to your home during coronavirus pandemic

California is temporarily relaxing rules for bars, restaurants, and liquor stores to sell alcohol for pickup or delivery.The move is designed to boost sales as shelter-in-place orders have called for businesses to shutter and residents to stay indoors to contain the coronavirus.Businesses can sell pre-packaged alcohol as long as it has a lid or a cap.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

If you’re a sheltering California resident getting homesick for your favorite bar, the state’s alcoholic beverage agency wants to give you some relief: You can now call your bartender and order booze to-go.On Thursday, California’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control announced that it was temporarily suspending a variety of laws governing the sale and distribution of alcohol as the state’s 40 million residents are directed to remain indoors as much as possible to contain the coronavirus disease, known as C
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