If a recipient of the delivery fails to produce valid identification, appears intoxicated, or attempts to purchase for an underage or intoxicated person, the delivery will be cancelled.
No more fighting traffic to get that case of beer you forgot for the weekend… The Beer Store has partnered with SkipThe Dishes to bring your favorite liquor to your doorstep.
The service is available at 250 stores across Ontario, including Sudbury stores located on Lasalle Boulevard, Paris Street and Notre Dame Avenue.
“Given the positive consumer feedback and strong demand we experienced during our pilot project, we are excited to increase the number of our stores available through SkipTheDishes,” said Ted Moroz, President of The Beer Store. . “Our goal is to provide customers with access to over a thousand beer brands and ease of purchase.”
The Beer Store has expanded province-wide delivery, giving customers access to package sizes and menu offerings exclusively available at The Beer Store. Through this partnership, customers have access to all package sizes offered by TBS, such as singles, 12s and 24s, and a wide assortment of beer flavours, types and styles through the app. or the SkipTheDishes website.
“We are thrilled to launch this partnership with The Beer Store to bring customers products from over 200 brewers around the world with fast and convenient delivery across the province,” said Howard Migdal, Chief Operating Officer of SkipTheDishes. “It’s through partnerships like this that SkipTheDishes is able to deliver on-demand convenience to Canadians, freeing them up to do more of the things they love.”
Skip drivers are Smart Serve certified to deliver alcohol responsibly to customers ages 19 and older and strictly follow AGCO guidelines for the sale and supply of alcoholic products. If a recipient of the delivery fails to produce valid identification, appears intoxicated, or attempts to purchase for an underage or intoxicated person, the delivery will be cancelled.