Responsible drinkers in New Jersey! Here's some game-changing news.

DoorDash, one of the most popular food delivery & takeout platforms, has just made a huge announcement for New Jersey customers: You can now order alcohol from New Jersey restaurants, bars and liquor stores.

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"Today we’re proud to announce that New Jersey consumers can now have alcohol products from local merchants safely delivered to their homes through the DoorDash platform," DoorDash said in a press release.

This makes DoorDash the first third-party platform to offer responsible alcohol delivery in New Jersey.

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Here's how it works:

When you place your boozy order through the app, you must undergo a 2-step identification process.

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  • Upload a picture of your ID through the app for your order to go through.
  • You MUST meet your delivery driver at the door - no contactless delivery.
  • Your driver will scan your ID in person.
  • Enjoy!

There ARE restrictions/protocols:

When it comes to alcohol consumption, things can get hairy with the law, so DoorDash is being extra cautious with rigorous safety compliance protocols.

  • Alcohol delivery will not be available at college campuses, hotels, offices, and BYOB restaurants
  • DoorDash drivers delivering alcohol will have to be over the age of 21, pass an alcohol compliance test, and be background checked
  • Drivers cannot deliver to customers who are already intoxicated.

Take a look at their full detailing of their safety protocols here!


 

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