UberEATS Is Now Delivering Booze Because Drinking Shouldn’t Require Pants

UberEATS. It’s a delicious time for all. But what if we told you they were going to deliver beer and wine? Would you like that? Yeaaahh, you’d like that. 

The food delivery service is officially – as of today – jumping on the booze wagon in Melbourne, delivering the delicious bevvies you really wanted but also couldn’t be bothered to pick up from Dan Murphys.
Over 30 restaurants will offer the service through the app, all of which hold the required liquor licence, which is, you know, very important. 
To celebrate the glorious arrangement, the company have teamed up with Carlton Draught to sling you a 4 pack of freshly brewed beers with selected meals during round 1 of the AFL this Friday. 
Each of the meal deals will cost $30 plus a $5 booking fee and include 1 to 2 meals and a four pack of froths. 
The meal deals will be available from selected restaurants across Melbourne CBD, South Melbourne, South Yarra, Windsor, Prahran, St Kilda, Balaclava, North Melbourne, Kensington Collingwood, Richmond, Carlton, Fitzroy, East Brunswisk, Thornbury, Kew, Balwyn, Hawthorn, Hawthorn East, Malvern, Glen Iris, Caulfield, Elwood, Port Melbourne.
If your boozy little face wants to get amongst it, the offer is available normally between between 12pm and 9pm, but begins this Friday from 5pm until stocks last. If you’re under 18, don’t even bloody think about it. Drivers will be checking IDs before the hooch changes hands. Get out of it, ya little mongrels. 
Also, you can’t be pissed when it turns up. It’s essentially like buying booze normally, only the shopkeep is a driver. You get the idea. 
Photo: CUB. 

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