Delhi govt allow home delivery of liquor; know Guidelines and buying process
By Sanjay Maurya
- Delhi Govt permits home delivery of both Indian & foreign liquor through a mobile app or an online web portal.
- Maharashtra is another state that enables liquor to be delivered to home. After a serious COVID-19 outbreak this year.
- Liquor shall only be delivered to residences if an order is placed through the mobile app or online website; no deliveries shall be made to any hostel, workplace, or institution.
Delhi govt permits home delivery of liquor; know Guidelines and buying process
On June 1st, the Delhi government approved home delivery of both Indian and foreign liquor via a smartphone app or an online web portal. This comes a day after the nation’s capital began the process of opening following a month of lockdown.
Mobile apps and internet web portals may be used to order Indian and foreign liquor.
Holders of L-13 licenses will be permitted to transport liquor to people’s doorsteps, according to the Delhi Excise (Amendment) Rules, 2021, which were issued in a gazette notification on 31st May.
“License in Form L-13 for home delivery of Indian and foreign liquors via a mobile app or an online website.
The notification states, “The licensee shall transport liquor to households only if a request is received through the mobile app or online web portal, and no delivery shall be performed to any hostel, office, or institution.”
However, this does not mean that liquor stores around the city would be able to transport liquor to customers’ homes right now.
Only dealers with the L-13 license will be able to transport liquor ordered through specially prepared mobile applications or portals to customers’ homes.
Government-issued guideless for delivery of Indian liquor and foreign liquor
- The government has published guidelines for the distribution of Indian and foreign liquor: – the licensee must sell country liquor at the rates set by the government from time to time.
- For any off-premise sales, each microbrewery must select an L-1 distributor. Other bars and restaurants with licenses L-1S, L-16, L-17, L-19, L-20, L-21, L-28, L-29, and L-38 will be able to buy from Micro-Brewery. Only the above license holders can make orders through a retail vend (L-7V/L-7SPL) who will purchase the goods from a LI distributor.
- Draught beer in bottles or growlers will be permitted to be carried away. However, when draught beer is provided as a takeaway, prominent signs and information about its limited shelf life will be required, and the bottles will be required to prominently display the expiry date.
- Liquor shall only be delivered to residences if an order is placed through a mobile app or website; no deliveries shall be made to any hostel, workplace, or institution.
- Form L-15 liquor licenses for serving Indian and foreign liquor to hotel or guesthouse guests in their rooms.
Maharashtra Allow Liquor Home Delivery
Maharashtra is another state that enables liquor to be delivered to home. After a serious COVID-19 outbreak this year, the authorities decided to allow home deliveries. As the number of cases of coronavirus climbed fast, shops in large cities such as Mumbai were advised to close.
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