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Buy And Ship Beer Online


Craft beer has entered the 21st century. Now, breweries are using apps to eliminate long lines. Beer fans rate and review their favorite beers on sites like Untappd and Beer Advocate. Drinkers can comfortably buy beer online from across the country and have it delivered right to their door.




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This model is just one of the many ways to buy beer online. Some sites work with breweries and then ship beer directly to customers. Others simply pick up beer at local bottleshops and deliver it to your doorstep. The laws of shipping alcohol can make buying beer online challenging or impossible for folks in specific states (like Utah, Alabama, and Oklahoma). But in the last few years, innovators have made it so that residents in the majority of states can buy beer online.


Online beer shopping puts a wide selection of beer at your fingertips. While rare releases are typically limited to those who show up to the brewery or scour trading forums, online shopping has helped spread beer by increasing distribution. Now, lucky couch surfers have access to the occasional limited-release.


Restrictions: CraftShack ships to every lower 48 state, but is unable to offer shipping Internationally or to Canada, military APO & FPO addresses, and U.S. territories like Puerto Rico, Guam, Hawaii and Virgin Islands.


Restrictions: Half Time only offers shipping to the following states (and only select zip codes in some): AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NY, NJ, NV, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, TX, VA, WA, WI. Enter your zip code in the box on any product page to see if they ship to you.


In years past, beer fans may have lined up for hours waiting for a brand new beer release at their favorite brewery. With the Oznr app, breweries can release new offerings digitally and build excitement through pre-sales, waitlists, and raffles. Moreover, Oznr offers folks the chance to sign up for brewery bottle societies and membership clubs. Plus, with in-app alerts, you can stay up to date on discounts, deals, and news from your favorite brewery.


Restrictions: Oznr is only available in select cities around the country. But, it is quickly growing and adding some top-tier breweries to the app, including 3 Sons, Angry Chair, Bhramari Brewing Co., Cerebral Brewing, Good Word Brewing, Halfway Crooks Beer, Phase Three Brewing, Resident Culture Brewing, Russian River, Tripping Animals, and many more. You can use the app to join brewery memberships or pre-order beer for later pick-up, and some breweries on the app even offer direct-to-door shipping.


Restrictions:At the time of publication Craft Beer Kings ships to most of the contiguous U.S. (lower 48 states). Craft Beer Kings does not ship to: PO boxes, APO/FPO addresses, any international addresses, or Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.


Restrictions: Saucey is expanding its markets, but they currently ship to the following cities or states: Akron, Albany, Arlington, Atlanta, Austin, Boton, Chicago, Cleveland, Connecticut, Dallas, Fort Worth, Fresno, Houston, Inland Empire, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York City, Orange County, Orlando, Palm Springs, Phoenix, Portland, Rochester, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Barbara, Seattle, Silicon Valley, South Bay LA, St. Louis, Tampa, Toledo, Tucson, Washington D.C., and Youngstown. Be sure to check with Saucey if your state is within their shipping range.


Restrictions: They are currently only shipping to select states including: Illinois, Nebraska, North Dakota, and New Hampshire. Be sure to keep checking in as more states will be added soon.


First of all, the direct shipment of booze is largely regulated at the state level. Residents of Alabama, Arkansas, and Utah can't receive beer directly; alcohol must be purchased from licensed retailers in those states. (You may be able to order said alcohol online and have it delivered to an ABC store, though, depending on your local laws.)


For what it's worth, the majority of alcohol shipping regulations apply to wine specifically. That said, don't be surprised if some sites simply won't ship to your state. (And a few sites definitely ship beer to places where they shouldn't.) Of course, you're ultimately responsible for complying with all applicable local, state, and federal laws regarding taxes and interstate alcohol sales.


What's notable: Seattle-based Tavour sends you an email almost every day with new beers you can add to an open order. After a period of time, you ask Tavour to send your order, and it'll ship you all the beers you picked. You can also download the site's Android or iOS app to view its daily deals.


What's notable: The Beer Connect doesn't actually stock beer; it's a middleman between breweries and customers. At least 25 states currently allow their citizens to receive craft beer shipments directly from breweries; if your state is lucky enough to be on the list, you can choose from hundreds of different beers.


What's notable: CraftShack has a wide selection of available beverages and a wide distribution area. The website also features a handy set of filters, making it easy to browse for new beers in the styles you like.


What's notable: Best Damn Beer Shop (BDBS), based in San Diego, actually has two brick-and-mortar stores. It ships to 29 states/districts, and San Diego locals can opt for in-store pickup or same-day delivery.


Beer delivery costs: BDBS claims to make no profit off shipping, so it might have lower shipping costs than competitors. But don't expect too much in the way of savings, as shipping beer is still expensive.


What's notable: Not only does Craft City's website feature more than 2,000 beers available for ordering, but it allows you to browse by both brewery and by style and choose shipping methods other than ground.


What's notable: Total Wine & More obviously carries wine, but it also stocks more than 2,500 beers. While the retailer doesn't ship beer, if you're lucky enough to be within driving distance of one of its 193 locations, you can order online and pick up in-store.


Whatever your location, if it's unrealistic or unadvisable for you to head out-of-doors to pick up a case of suds, have a look at our list below. Whether you're looking for a basic case of domestic beer, a box of select microbrews, or a new subscription service to sign up for, we've got recommendations for all.


When local beer retailers can't facilitate delivery, turn to one of the following sites or apps, which will pick up your order from the neighborhood shop of your choice and deliver it (both for a delivery surcharge and a sales commission). This isn't ideal, as it can cost both you and your local purveyor more, but it is generally the quickest way to get beer (or any alcohol) delivered when you need it in a rush.


Everything from beer to ice, liquor, and mixers is available at Minibar. Minibar's fees are worked into the price; a six-pack of Lagunitas is a few bucks more than you'd probably pay at the corner store, and there's no delivery fee, but there is a space to leave a tip (and please do).


While most bigger online retailers occasionally have trouble keeping up with the demand for alcohol delivery, a few have managed to consistently fill orders on time. Selections here run the gamut from domestic brews like Budweiser to a stupefying list of craft beers.


A $5.99 delivery fee will get you pretty much any beer you'd find at a well-stocked grocery store. While, yes, most other sites don't charge delivery fees, they tend to be pricier up front, so FreshDirect ends up being a fair deal.


Craft City is on the opposite end of the spectrum from FreshDirect. While there's some overlap between the two sites when it comes to more popular craft beers, smaller brewery labels make up the bulk of Craft City's impressive inventory (which includes over 100 different brews the last time we checked).


While Craft Shack has far more than beer on offer, the online retailer is always quick to carry craft breweries' latest launches (follow their Instagram for updates). And the scope of their core craft beer inventory is pretty impressive, with over 75 labels. Shipping ranges from $19.99 to $29.99, and depends on where you are in the continental US (West, Central, or East) and the size of your order.


A Beer of the Month Club membership will cost you $29.95 per month (plus $15 for shipping and handling), and you'll get four different beers from two different "lightly distributed" US microbreweries. Each box includes three of each beer, which might better help you decide whether you like them or not. There's no automatic renewal when you sign up for anywhere between two and 12 deliveries.


Tavour is a slightly different take on craft brew subscriptions. The app-based service releases two new beers per day, but you claim the ones you want, build custom boxes, and control the frequency of delivery. Pretty nifty. Shipping is $15 no matter how many beers you buy.


Craft Beer Kings lets you choose your favorite style of beer (Hazy IPAs, Stouts, Sours, and more), and sends you a case of 12 pint-sized cans for $99 a month. That's $8.25 a pint, which is on the pricey side, but for a quality case of beer tailored to your taste, that's not bad. If your taste in beer defies categorization, Craft Beer Kings also offers mixed-style cases.


This place looks and feels like GTA Vice City. Well stocked with some of the more sought after sours, nitros and ales. My new favorite place. Great place to hit up for specialty beers for that special occasion.


Been hearing a lot about these guys. They did not disappoint! They really have some rare beers. I ended up getting some urban south and tripping animals brews. Thank you for the recommendations fellas and the free sample. You guys are awesome. 041b061a72


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