The holders of an ABC license are responsible for the alcoholic beverage until the ownership is transferred to another licensee. When selling directly to the consumer, the retailer and the producer maintain the liability through the transaction to the consumer. It doesn’t matter where that transition takes place (licensed premise versus delivery to doorstep).
What does Bevv do to support the vendor through the delivery process?
The concern on the vendors’ part is valid and the two things you don’t want to get popped for: 1. Selling to underage or heavily intoxicated individuals and 2. Tied-house regulation violations.
Bevv takes these issues very seriously. In order to reduce vendors’ concerns regarding delivery, we are providing the stipulations/requisites of each of our delivery partners below. Please remember these parties have been delivering for the wine and retail industries for many years.
Postmates delivers alcohol in certain markets. You must be 21 or older to receive alcohol and the account owner must be present to accept the delivery.
Please be ready to show valid photo ID (state, military, or passport). Your Postmate may take a picture of your ID, but it won’t be saved on their device.
If the alcohol cannot be delivered, you will be charged a return fee. Your Postmate cannot complete the delivery if the account owner:
- Is not present
- Does not have a valid photo ID
- Is under 21
- Appears intoxicated
- Signature Required: UPS will obtain the recipient's signature or other electronic acknowledgement of receipt from the recipient when this option is selected and provide you with a printed copy. You may also view the recipient's signature or electronic acknowledgement of receipt online.
- Adult Signature Required: UPS will obtain the adult recipient's signature and provide you with a printed copy. Adult recipients must be at least 21. You may also view the adult recipient's signature online.