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Alcohol Delivery Temporarily Allowed In Oklahoma


Update: ABLE has extended delivery and curbside pickup of alcohol through May 15.

Oklahomans aged 21 years and older can now get beer, wine and spirits delivered to their front door, at least temporarily.

The Oklahoma ABLE Commission will allow delivery of alcoholic beverages until April 17th, following Governor Kevin Stitt’s newly amended executive orders to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Liquor stories can deliver beer, wine and spirits to legal consumers, while local breweries and wineries are allowed to deliver their own alcoholic beverages in original sealed containers.

Additionally, licensed restaurants, bars, clubs, grocery stores and convenience stores may deliver original sealed packages of beer and wine.

Third party vendors like DoorDash, UberEats and Drizzly are still prohibited from delivering alcohol.

Sellers also must take payment on delivery in the form of cash, check or transportable credit/debit card processors. No online payments are allowed.


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Kateleigh Mills returned to KOSU in December 2019 as Special Projects Reporter, following a year-long stint at KWBU in Waco, Texas.
Ryan LaCroix is the Director of Content and Audience Development for KOSU.
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