A couple clicks of a button (and one credit card entry later) can land a bottle of vodka or bourbon on your doorstep now that Publix has opened up its on-demand delivery to its boozy sister store — Publix Liquors.
“We’ll have your order to you usually on the same day. Often, in as little as an hour,” the company wrote in an email.
The delivery service, via Instacart, comes with a fee, and the prices online may differ from in-store labels, Publix said.
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This doesn’t mean you can tack a handle of Maker’s Mark onto your pub sub order, though. Like the real-life experience, your delivery orders from the grocery store and the liquor store have to be separate purchases. Customers must be 21 to order or accept alcohol deliveries.
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